Will the Internet of Things make us superhuman?

Scott Amyx of Tech Crunch discusses wearables, the "Internet of Things" and the possibility of biology evolving with technology. Freer Logic technology is mentioned as a possible way to augment our future.

"Freer Logic’s contactless EEG/ECD can read and monitor brain activities of people without having a device on them — their next generation device will be able measure brain activity remotely. That means we will be able to measure abnormal brain activity at airport security checkpoints for potential threats, identify the cognitive load of a customer in a retail store to assess interest or monitor the focus of train engineers to help avoid accidents. Although modern devices tend to be stiff agglomerations of

Outside the Head Thinking: A Novel Approach for Detecting Human Brain Cognition

Researcher:  Samsung Research America, Richardson, TX, USA
We are proud to reveal that Freer Logic has been secretly working with the Korean electronics giant, Samsung.  Samsung Research America performed validation studies on BodyWave pitted against a clinical 8 channel EEG device. The tests examined the correlation between attention and relaxation between both instruments. The 8 channel EEG device correlated with a score of 91% using all eight channels. The BodyWave device scored

Yes, we can read your mind (and now, from a distance).

We have achieved and have patent pending on non-contact EEG. In one use case, imagine your car headrest being able to tell you that you're getting too sleepy or distracted to drive. We can do that right now. No contact required.