Ramses Alcaide has spent over a decade thinking about thinking.
As a Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan in 2015, he developed a brain-computer interface that would allow people to control software and physical objects with their thoughts. Today, that interface is behind plans by a Boston-based startup, Neurable, to begin shipping a set of brain-sensing headphones to let you know when you’re poised for peak productivity.
Using your thoughts to make things happen in the real world was once a thing of science fiction. Now, it’s moving into reality, and Neurable’s interface is just one of the products