What if your car could read your brain activity? It’s a fascinating concept that sounds like something out of a blockbuster movie, but Freer Logic is working to make it a reality.
Through the Neurobiomonitor headrest, a car could detect if a driver is drowsy, distracted, stressed out or cognitively overloaded, among other things. With that information, your car would be able to take various actions like suggesting pulling over and taking a rest, playing calming music, etc.
The sensors embedded in this headrest passively read heads when they’re 6 to 10 inches away, which should be all the time if you’re driving. That means no sensor waves emitting from the seat.
Even cooler, this tech means as a driver you can accept or reject an