You might wear a MRI scanner in the not so far future. This is because a BCI, or brain-computer interface, uses similar properties of an MRI. In some ways, it is related to the Virtual Reality headset, Oculus Rift.
Openwater created this prototype, with their aim is to “to create a wearable to enable us to see the inner workings of the body and brain at high resolution.” This could streamline scans on a massive level, but there are some pros and cons to this device as well, as Futurism points out in their article.
At MRI Stereo, we are happy to see how imaging devices to improve the patient experience are becoming a priority. This is why our MRI Audio and MRI Audio Touch systems are excellent additions to MRI facility.
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