• Interaxon measures brainwaves to give VR devs more data for game design

    9 monthes ago - By VentureBeat

    Interaxon started out developing wearables like its Muse headband meditation tool , and it's now applying its learnings to virtual reality. Its new Muse Virtual Reality aftermarket add-ons will attach to the HTC Vive and Samsung Gear VR headsets to pick up users' brainwaves and collect information about how they're reacting to stimuli. The company is planning on sending out software development kits to developers in Q2 of this year, and rolling it out to markets in Q4.
    Like Interaxon's Muse headband, Muse Virtual Reality uses electroencephalography to capture brain activity. This data can...
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