SAN DIEGO, Dec. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mind Solutions, Inc. (VOIS-OTCQB), has announced that the Company will resume developing thought-controlled software for the Brain-Computer-Interface, (BCI) market. The Company has successfully completed three thought-controlled applications currently on the market, which allow users to navigate the computer, (even the disabled) and play any PC video game – all with the power of their mind.
The Company plans to resume development of new software applications at the beginning of the year, after temporarily putting the applications business on hold in order to develop a proprietary EEG mobile headset. The Company's mobile headset is approximately 80% complete and expects to be completed upon receiving adequate financing. It is has been much more difficult to secure the necessary funding for this revolutionary product than originally anticipated. As a result, the development process has taken much longer to complete.
"By going back to our core business of developing applications that let you control the world around you through the power of your mind, we anticipate a resurgence of momentum, attention and increased sales to the Company. We will be updating the Company's website with a new look and an emphasis on online sales and marketing of our thought-controlled applications," stated Kerry Driscoll, CEO.
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SOURCE Mind Solutions, Inc.