Working through a chip-equipped headset, the device measures brainwave signals and transfers data through a wireless Bluetooth connection for mind-to-computer intercommunication.
The technology was revealed recently at the Taipei Computex Fair where the company demonstrated the control of a toy helicopter through a thought-controlled app.
The brain interaction can be witnessed on the mobile device’s screen through a computer interface displaying signal interaction.
Giant Lin, representative at NeuroSky's Taiwan branch, said: “We believe that such technologies have huge potential as lots of families, especially in Chinese communities, pay heed to education.”
Based in Silicon Valley, the company aims to develop brain training games and educational apps.
NeuroSky is in the process of partner acquisition to develop more of the similarly operated apps with its revolutionary chips.
Mindwave technology is already in use at schools in Malaysia and Singapore.