More developers are creating commercial applications that use brainwave-reading technology that was previously found only in the medical field.
Last year, brainwave-reading patents quadrupled compared to 2010 and
doubled over 2012, according to SharpBrains, a market researcher focused
on this type of technology. Sharpbrains CEO Alvara Fernandez said
"[the] expansion into non-medical use shows that we are at the dawn of
the pervasive non-medical neuro-technology age," explaining the spike in