Don checked his earphones and gun.
The rebels had turned over the latest mind-controlled keyboards to their toddlers.
Time to fight or die.
In the last decade, brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have been used to provide biofeedback on the brain, translating brain activity into images or audible tones. Advances in this technology have enabled finer control over the readouts, allowing users to move objects with more finesse, including robotic limbs and the Encephalophone, a musical keyboard. The Encephalophone could be used to rehabilitate stroke victims, or with the power of Zoe Perrenoud’s imagination – to act as a weapon of mass distraction. // Alex Massey
//Zoe Perrenoud @zoper is a freelance writer and translator with a mission to inspire.//