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Mind-Controlled Robot from ThynkWare Innovation Reveals Future and Potential of Consumer Brainwave Technology for Global Markets.

Mountain View, CA, September 03, 2015 --(PR.com)-- A new mind-controlled robot from ThynkWare Innovation, released on the popular Kickstarter website, shows the global consumer electronics market how the emergence the consumer controlled brainwave technology will provide for future technology capabilities.

ThynkWare Innovation, a brain-computer-interface company in Mountain View, California, released a mind-controlled robot software called ThynkBot, which allows consumers control a small Bluetooth robot with the power of thought. The software, according to the Kickstarter campaign, communicates with an EEG headset that reads brainwave patterns from the user and translates the signals into commands that control the movement of the robot.

ThynkWare Innovation, founded by Duane Cash, provides the interface layer between your brain and your devices. With ThynkWare Innovation technology, anyone can use their thoughts to control their smartphones, tablets, home, office, TV, robots, and even clothing. ThynkWare Innovation creates a new way of computing, enabling us to "thynk," to interact with devices, social networks, and other people. Some have suggested that the ThynkWare Innovation interface is the next step in computing following the invention of the mouse and personal computer.

ThynkBot is the corporation's first mind-enabled robot offering to the Kickstarter platform. ThynkBot enables people to control a Bluetooth robot with their thoughts to move forward, backward and turning in new directions. The ThynkBot software reads the user's EEG brainwave patterns and translates the signals into commands that the robot can understand.

More info: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thynkware/thynkbot-a-mind-controlled-robot-software-for-ever?ref=discovery

Contact Information:

ThynkWare Innovation, Inc.

Duane Cash

505-702-9901

Contact via Email

www.thynkware.com

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