Telegraphic Typewriter

telepathic typewriter

The Fraunhafer Institute in Germany have taken typing to the next level with the invention of the hands free typewriter. A rough prototype that involves 128 sensors attached to a skull cap will detect and amplify brainwaves. The operator will only have to think “left” or “right” to spell out a word. Now this seems a bit tedious, but researchers believe that it will become faster than conventional typing. With the onset of wireless connection, there is talk to replace the cumbersome cables.

The idea behind this invention is to give millions of people with paralysis and other disabilities more freedom, but anyone can use it. It would become life-changing. The project is still in development and it will be years before it can be used in everyday.

telepathic typewriter

The Fraunhafer Institute in Germany have taken typing to the next level with the invention of the hands free typewriter. A rough prototype that involves 128 sensors attached to a skull cap will detect and amplify brainwaves. The operator will only have to think “left” or “right” to spell out a word. Now this seems a bit tedious, but researchers believe that it will become faster than conventional typing. With the onset of wireless connection, there is talk to replace the cumbersome cables.

The idea behind this invention is to give millions of people with paralysis and other disabilities more freedom, but anyone can use it. It would become life-changing. The project is still in development and it will be years before it can be used in everyday.

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