Mountain View, CA, September 05, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- ThynkWare Innovation, a brain-computer-interface company in Mountain View, California, began allowing consumers to place pre-orders for its new wearable device called ThynkWare Envision.
The brainwave-reading glasses, according to the corporate website, is a set of augmented-reality glasses that allows users to control a variety of electronics by reading EEG signals from the users head from an array of sensors located on the frame of the glasses. The glasses allow users to an augmented reality visual feedback through the lenses of the wearable allowing users to interact with social media, send messages to other people, and control other devices such as the TV and smartphone.
ThynkWare Innovation, founded by Duane Cash, provides the interface layer between your brain and your devices. With ThynkWare Innovation technology, anyone can use their thoughts to control their smartphones, tablets, home, office, TV, robots, and even clothing. ThynkWare Innovation creates a new way of computing, enabling us to "thynk," to interact with devices, social networks, and other people. Some have suggested that the ThynkWare Innovation interface is the next step in computing following the invention of the mouse and personal computer.
More info is available at http://www.thynkware.com.