What could this mean to you, your company, your future?
The Silent Speaker -- (Forbes -- March 10, 2006)
Researchers have begun using an uncanny technology called subvocal speech recognition. Attaching a set of electrodes to the skin of your throat and, without opening your mouth or uttering a sound, your words are recognized and begin appearing on a computer screen. Researchers have already used subvocal commands to drive a car around a virtual city in a computer simulation and to Google the Web using nothing but unuttered search terms and commands