Controlling AR glasses using neural interface and touchless finger movements

One reason AR glasses aren’t here already is because tech companies are still trying to figure out the best ways for users to navigate and control a user interface that lives on your face. Mark Sullivan, Fast Company, OCT-27-2021

We believe a wrist neural interface is the solution for AR glasses input - it translates neural signals from finger movements to digital commands, that are easy, natural and intuitive to control smart glasses. We've made this demo of controlling AR glasses two years ago. Check out the comments for links.