A new brain-machine interface system is being tested in California’s classrooms, which could revolutionize education in the state.

The BrainWave is a new kind of learning that combines computers and humans, where students can interact with a computer to learn about a topic or process by taking notes on paper.

They can also talk to each other via headsets that use brain waves to speak with one another.

A new California school district is testing the technology with a new project called BrainWave.

The new school district uses the new system to improve math and science instruction, and is testing it with a student who has autism.

It gives us a new way of thinking about teaching that is not only useful but that’s really engaging. “

It’s a first of its kind that combines the power of the brain and the computer.

It gives us a new way of thinking about teaching that is not only useful but that’s really engaging.

This is a huge opportunity.”

McBride, who is the executive director of the California Dental School Association, which is involved in the trial, says the new software could be used in classrooms across the state, including the ones where he works.

McBride says the technology is already being used in some California schools, including Palo Alto High School, where the school district has used it to help students learn about the concept of the human brain and how it works.

But the new brain wave software is designed to be used with other educational systems, including some in the classroom, so that it can be used for any type of instruction.

That includes classroom instruction with video, audio and hands-on projects, McBride said.

He says this could be an important step in addressing a very pressing problem for the state: high levels of autism in children.

Autism is a spectrum disorder characterized by difficulties in social interaction and communication.