When I swim, I see this:
Need a water-proof “brain-computer interface” that would allow me to switch between:
As a resultant, productivity and human well-being can be increased. We’d end up reducing toil, as we won’t be slogging through specific activities during specific points during the day.
We have Google Glass (which isn’t exactly a BMI). Also, we’re making steady progress when it comes to brain machine or brain computer interfaces in general.
However, I started thinking about an interface that you could use in virtually any environment. That would be very lightweight. And since it will be constantly connected to the Internet, you don’t want the radiation to impact your brain.
I started Googling BMI because my mobility was somewhat restricted after an auto-mobile accident in February 2013.