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A team of neuroscientists have successfully implanted a chip into the brain of a quadriplegic man, allowing him to control a computer.
IBVA is a system created and refined through over 30 years of research. The IBVA provides intricate interactive control from brainwave activity. Put simply, the IBVA watches brainwave activity in real time and allows you to use them to trigger movies, music, home automation devices, images, sounds, other software, or almost any electronically addressable device through a local computer or from the internet
Brain implants have been used to "read the minds" of monkeys to predict what they are about to do and even how enthusiastic they are about doing it.