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Mind-reading tech? Nope, not some sci-fi tale, it’s reality unfolding

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Neurotechnologist Conor Russomanno is developing brain-sensing headsets that could revolutionize mind-reading technology. Russomanno’s company, OpenBCI, has distributed over 40,000 tools to scientists around the world. His leading innovation is the Galea headset, which combines biometrics with mixed reality. This technology has the potential to allow users to send emails and interact with virtual environments using only their thoughts.

Conor Russomanno, founder and CEO of OpenBCI, is working on brain-sensing headsets that could enable mind-reading technology. Russomanno became interested in the connection between the human brain and mind after experiencing concussions while playing football and rugby. During his studies in design and technology, he created brain-sensing headsets, neuro-interactive games, animations, and stories. OpenBCI has distributed over 40,000 tools to scientists and researchers in more than 100 countries.

Russomanno’s leading innovation is the Galea headset, which merges next-generation biometrics with mixed reality. This hardware and software platform has the potential to revolutionize how humans interact with technology. It could allow users to send emails or interact with virtual environments using only their thoughts.

Throughout his career, Russomanno’s work has been featured in media outlets such as Bloomberg, Scientific American, and Wired. He was recognized in Forbes’ “30 Under 30” in 2018 and has served as an adjunct professor and research affiliate at Parsons, NYU, and MIT.

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