Brain-computer interfaces are here

Small electrodes placed on or inside the brain allow patients to interact with computers or control robotic limbs simply by thinking about how to execute those actions. This technology could improve communication and daily life for a person who is paralyzed or has lost the ability to speak from a stroke or neurodegenerative disease.

Universal Arduino Serial Adapter interfaces with Android devices

XDA senior member Kemonine96 is showcasing what he calls the Universal Arduino Serial Adapter. Essentially, the device is an Arduino board designed to connect to a serial interface on a target device.

How sci-fi inspires real life tech interfaces

Computer and machine interfaces featured in popular sci-fi films often serve to inspire real world applications.

Neuroscientists research "brain-machine" interfaces

Neuroscientists have developed a number of advanced "brain-machine" interfaces.