An EEG That Fits Inside Your Ear | MIT Technology Review Device Could Spot Seizures by Reading Brainwaves through the Ear A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures. By Aviva Hope Rutkin on August 15, 2013
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Fluid Interfaces Group, an MIT Media Lab company, have invented the EyeRing, a wearable intuitive interface that allows individuals with impaired vision to interact with the world in a way they were never able to before. When the user points and clicks, the ring sends data to a mobile device, which then interprets the data and reads it out loud.