Can the iBrain Read Stephen Hawking’s Thoughts?

Heather Campobello

As if out of a science fiction paperback, a team of California scientists have developed the world’s first portable brain scanner. Upon further development the innovative tool may be able to read a person’s mind.

NeuroVigil’s Chairman Philip Low, named the instrument the iBrain and it is the world’s first mobile brain scanner.

MIT’s Technical Review Board named Low as one of the most promising innovators in 2010.

Low met Stephen Hawking at a conference and believes he was able to read the physicists thoughts with the scanner by fitting the mechanism over his head and attaching three electrodes

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