“The Naqi technology is an invisible human-to-machine interface that uses gyroscopic sensors and biosensors to read nearly imperceptible body movements — the tilt of a head, the blink of an eye — to send signals that can control virtually any smart device.

It enables the user to use any digital device and navigate virtual worlds, AR/VR (augmented/virtual reality) and the metaverse, as well as hard technologies like wheelchairs.

No brain implant, no hands, no voice or screens are required. The non-invasive technology can be tucked into earbuds, eyeglasses or virtually any wearable medium and operates via bluetooth.”

From Vancouver Sun.