BROOKLYN, N.Y. (PRWEB) January 19, 2018
CerePath launched its new iOS app, offering technology directly to consumers that has previously existed only in the realm of the imagination.
The application is the first to use brainwave technology in gameplay.
“Brainwaves are the original digital signal. A lot of technical, design, and product challenges have prevented bringing them to life. Thankfully we’ve succeeded, and the path to the next generation of gadgets – brain wearables, is now clear,” says Scott Rummler, founder.
CerePath picks up brainwave signals tunneling directly through the iPhone from an Emotiv headset, without any external attachment. The app provides a training routine that allows it to learn your unique brainwaves. You can then fire laser beams at moving objects in an augmented reality environment – using the power of your thoughts alone.
“Some people think it must be a joke,” says Rummler. “Which I understand, because this is far-out stuff. We had to go through multiple rounds of testing and proof with Apple to convince them the app was legit. To their credit, although they were tough, they kept an open mind, and CerePath was eventually approved.”
Unusually, CerePath is a 'shipped' consumer product, while other brainwave technologies, such as those sponsored by Facebook and Elon Musk, are still in the realm of theory.
The app is the first step in a series of brainwave-related advances that Rummler and his team at the Brooklyn Tech Loft have planned.
“Brainwave technology provides a profoundly different way of interacting. It is a totally immersive and seamless experience. Nothing else even comes close,” says Rummler. “It’s a new digital channel – and the surface has barely been scratched. There are unlimited dimensions. So there is the potential to be even bigger than the Web itself.”
CerePath is available in the App Store at https://apple.co/2DeaPLh.
CerePath was founded in Brooklyn in 2018 by Scott Rummler, who also founded Laserthread media messenger, brainwave search engine ESPforMe, and BooleanGrid, a stock screener that uses quantum mechanics to predict the stock market.