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Brainwave Signal Interpretation Software Company EyeMynd Announces Move to Silicon Valley
Date:10/23/2013

Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

EyeMynd, LLC, a brainwave interpreting software developer, announces today that it will establish a second headquarters in Sunnyvale, CA in addition to its offices in Utah. EyeMynd claims that its technology, called a “Brain Operating System”, will revolutionize the way consumers interact with their mobile devices, computers, video-gaming consoles, and even help disabled persons control their wheelchairs and communicate with others – all with the power of their mind.

Just as all computers and mobile computing devices have an operating system that lies at their core, EyeMynd has developed a “Brain Operating System” (BOS) that allows anyone to interact with their electronic device just by thinking what they want to occur.

Dan Cook, CEO & Founder of EyeMynd, LLC says, “With the help from wearable neuro- headsets (that will be on the market in 2014) connected to very smart brain signal processing software that we have developed, all of us will soon be able to effortlessly surf the internet, compose email and text messages, move a wheelchair, and play video games using the power of our thoughts alone.” Third party developers are already busy at work to add brainwave sensors to new wearable devices such as the Google Glass and the Samsung Gear Glass.

The technology might seem like a scene from a futuristic sci-fi movie, but EyeMynd says the future is already here. Here’s how it works according to the company executive summary: The EyeMynd BOS 2014 software can interpret in real-time the brainwave signals flowing from brainwave sensors, then rapidly employ the interpreted brainwave signal stream(s) to direct the action of video-games with high-accuracy.

In plain language, this means avid video gamers can fly a spaceship, build simulated cities, and fight in a virtual war with just their mind. Our physical hands and physical fingers will be replaced with virtual-b
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