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Check Out our Whitepaper

Explore exciting new insights for unlocking the power of AI-based wearable technology with our new white paper titled “Designing a Neural Input Wristband for Extended Reality Experiences”, published earlier today. In this thorough 28-page document we present the need for a neural input wristband as input for XR.

We explain the main factors affecting neural wristband design and performance, and their interrelation. And we advocate that point, click and drag+drop functionality is the best input method for face-worn devices.


We are delighted to learn that the exact same type of input functionality will be available next year with the newest Apple VisionPro device. As we move towards face-worn devices’ mass-adoption, spatial posture interactions will be used to navigate and input commands indoors and outdoors, in all climates, lighting conditions and sound environments.


A neural interface wristband utilizes intent-based neural signals to provide a more natural and intuitive user experience. This type of interface allows for faster, hands-free, touchless, and immersive interactions. Spatial experiences prioritize the user and place them back at the center of the interaction experience.


**Wearable, Touchless and Hands-Free are XR’s Input MVP**

A wrist-worn device allows the user to input spatial commands using subtle finger movements and fingertip pressure in a natural, intuitive and immersive interaction, with a simple way to switch and toggle with other connected devices. The Mudra Band is heralding the input technology to support mass adoption of slim, lightweight, all-day glasses, for iOS, Android, and Windows devices.





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