Neuron Concept Car to Include Brain Machine Interface Technology
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This is how Ian Kettle, a graduate from Royal College of Art in London, sees the future of motoring. The Neuron Concept is based on advanced Brain Machine Interface (BMI) technology.The visionary graduate attempts to explore the implications of integrating the BMI technology into automobile designing, both for design as well as construction purposes. The Neuron Concept was dreamed by Ian Kettle in a manner that the vehicle would be an “extension of the self”, and which, if successful, could possibly make the traditional vehicular designs look old and dated.
The proposed revolutionary design for the Neuron involves a free-form interior made from 1500 super light nylon strands. With each strand being made from memory polymers that also form the base, the material can adapt according to the positional needs of the user, a feature that makes the hard metal box structure of actual designs irrelevant and old fashioned. Furthermore, the fact that the vehicular vertebrae would be in sync with the passenger’s brain waves via the brain scanner using the Near Infra-Red Spectroscopic technique would allow sync for all passengers.
Without a doubt, the potential of the of the Neuron Concept is extremely vast and at the same time hard to imagine.
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