Not many of us have gotten our hands on Google Glass yet, so we haven't had a chance to try out the whole "Ok Glass" thing, but it turns out that's all old news already.

Realistically, it was only a matter of time before Google developed a way to read our minds (eventually culminating in the events of the critically-acclaimed documentary Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines) and now, with Google Glass, they more than likely have that capability. 

Through the use of a Neurosky sensor, which is attached to Google Glass, the folks at This Place in London have designed an app they're calling MindRDR, which will allow you to control the latest in wearable technology through your thoughts, rather than having to use commands all the time. 

MindRDR from This Place Ltd on Vimeo.

They've had a few demonstrations of it in action already, which you can see the results of over on the app's Twitter page, and while journalists from TechCrunch, amongst others, have noted that it's still a pretty basic and clunky model (that needed to be cooled down under an air conditioner at one point), it really has plenty of potential.

While it's easy to poke fun and joke about it reading our minds, it could come in useful for a whole range of practical applications, including medical treatment and helping those who suffer from paralysis, locked in syndrome or any number of other issues.

The cost will be a slight drawback, as Glass currently retails at just over €1000 and the Neurosky EEG biosnensor headset is cheaper at around €90. However, the app itself is free, which will be a big help. As more advanced technology comes along that could be paired with Glass, those prices could rise too, but the benefits of improving what Glass can offer will be an added bonus, as there's a long way to go yet for technology that focuses on reading brain-waves.

Via TechCrunch