Neurable, a Boston-based startup, recently debuted a part of their virtual reality (VR) game in the works. But this sci-fi game, Awakening, is no ordinary VR game. To play, you use your mind to control objects. The demo is an actual realization of neuroreality, an emerging field that could revolutionize the way we interact with machines.
New developments in augmented reality and virtual reality are announced every day. There are already incredible AR and VR devices out on the market today that deliver experiences unheard of just 10 years ago. Keeping true to form, the next step in the evolution of full immersion is something that sounds impossible now but may be a common technology in a few years: neuroreality.