If the frequency of these signals changes, which may indicate a decrease in attention or painful condition of the driver, the device gives an “alarm” signal to a special bracelet that starts to vibrate or activates the alarm directly on the visor. The owner of the company Stanley Young demonstrated the quality of the gadget in the process of controlling the toy car.
If the driver is fully concentrated on controlling the machine, then the corresponding “right” impulses of the brain allow the car to move unhindered forward. As soon as attention is dulled, a stop occurs. Introducing his offspring, Stanley Young explained:
“The device can be used, for example, to identify drunk taxi drivers, confident that no one will catch them. But after they are put on our visor, we will be able to convict them with an accuracy of 95% that they drank too much. “
The estimated cost of BrainWave is 120 dollars.