EXCLUSIVE: BCInet's Next-Generation Brain Computer Interface Revealed
4/18/2011 by: Theo Valich
Following our initial investigative report, we (finally) managed to get in touch with BCInet and confirm some aspects of our story in the form of a picture showing next-gen Brain Computer Interface. As our sources initially reported, BCInet was on the verge of launching a product.
In order to clear the situation, we managed to speak with Mr. Thomas P. Reynolds, President & CEO of BCInet. While our questions in regards to legal status between BCInet and SEC-accused Michael Kenwood Group could not have been answered for obvious reasons, Mr. Reynolds wanted to focus on the next generation product, which was only few weeks away from the launch when the unlikely situation with the investor occurred.
According to Mr. Reynolds, BCInet analyzed what were the shortcomings of original product, Neural Impulse Actuator and went on to rectify those issues. First and foremost, while the notion of carbon fiber contributes to the leet factor of the device, markings that NIA owners carried on their forehead were not exactly appealing. The headband is now replaced with comfortable fabric that should endure several years of heavy use without leaving user with markings on the skin.
Second change covers the Brain Computer Interface as such, i.e. the control unit. Gone are the days of a nicely-designed sharp-edged aluminum box that was confusing airport security on almost each airport I've landed or flown to while carrying the original Neural Impulse Actuator (i.e. NIA). The new design is akin to a smartphone, and with rounded edges, it can easily be confused for a laptop charger. Read, no explanations necessary.
Last but not least, software is also completely reworked, but we were asked not to show screenshots at this point in time. Driver, Control Panel, Software Development Kit are all essentially changed from the ground up to be more intuitive for both content developers and consumers. After all, the last thing you want is to have an experience akin to DDD's TriDef software in its current shape.
We'll pay close attention to see what is going on with BCInet and will those talented engineers finally be able to launch their product which as you can all see - is alive and kicking.
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