This brain-computer interface mask shows off a highly artistic and functional solution for those who are differently abled to offer a new way to control the items around them.
Boasting a noninvasive design, the mask is capable of intercepting brain activity and relaying this information in the form of a command to perform various tasks. The facial mimicking interface also works to read the expressions of the wearer to further enhance the capabilities of the unit. The mask could one day be used for controlling connected solutions in smart homes, interpret the wearer's dreams or even as a way to communicate in a nonverbal, handsfree manner.
The conceptual brain-computer interface mask is the design work of Nikita Replyanski, Maria Replyanski and Yaroshuk Danil.