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Desc:New game lets player move a small ball with their brain.
Category:Science & Technology, Advertisements
Tags:levitation, We are living in the 21st century, brainwave, hoverboards, flying cars
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Cube - 2009-02-25
Need explanation.
luckymew - 2009-02-25
the music that was playing wile he was mind melding with teh machine was creepy in that space odyssey way, but i accept the game 5-10 years from now that can be controlled with your mind or flexing your taint......witch ever comes first.
MrBuddy - 2009-02-25
It looks disappointingly expensive.

Cube: Apparently it's a home EEG machine that monitors theta waves which kids seem to have a lot of. There's also NeuroSky and a game from Square Enix called Judecca were you get to kill zombies with your brain, which is interesting because they're using doing the opposite. There's also a more elaborate version called Epoc from Emotiv but it's been delayed.
chumbucket - 2009-02-25
I see a future game show here...Supermodels using brain activity to get the ball to go higher on a money-prize scale for contestants
HankFinch - 2009-02-25
Star Trek!
Where's Data with the flashing lights?
KnowFuture - 2009-02-25
OMG HE IS MOVING HIS BALL WITH HIS MIND and a dial he appears to be turning...with his hand...

Spike Jonez - 2009-02-25
Beat me to the punch... WITH YER MIND!

cognitivedissonance - 2009-02-25
Scientology, her secrets blown open to an unprepared world, crumbles beneath it's own newly found obsolescence.
Old_Zircon - 2009-02-25
These are projected at .

It's just controlling the force of an air jet with a cheap brainwave scanner, nothing fancy. The fun part will be when people start modding them.
Old_Zircon - 2009-02-25
I'm not sure which axis/axes the brainwave scanner controls and which the knob controls.

I know someone who has played a similar prototype game recently at one of the major toy fairs; there are a whole lot of them coming out this year.

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