MIT Creates Wearable That Translates Words In Your Head Into Reality

Ever been embarrassed using Siri or Google assistant while out and about? Luckily enough, the folks at MIT have come up with a solution which is still fairly embarrassing but does the job without revealing your inner thoughts. 

Their unique wearable headset creation reads subvocalization by measuring neuromuscular signals and responds to what the users are basically saying in their heads.The bulky device picks up signals by using electrodes when users verbalize internally and combines this with the  vibrations of your inner ear bones to distinguish words. 

The end result is a device that allows consumers to navigate their devices hands free and in complete silence. Have a look at the amazing  technology above. 

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