Mind Control Gaming

Using brainwaves to execute behaviors is becoming a reality

Implications - Mind-controlled and brain powered innovations are slowly making their way to market, attracting both consumers intrigued by sci-fi futurism and those who can benefit from it medically. The ability to perform tasks with the power of thought, or brainwaves, is still vastly unexplored, yet universally intriguing.
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Mind-Controlled Consoles - Futuristic Nintendo Wii 2.0 Engages with Brainwaves
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Average 10,322 Clicks Pub: Mar 11, 09
Mind-Controlled Consoles
Futuristic Nintendo Wii 2.0 Engages with Brainwaves
Moving away from sloppy remotes, Nintendo Wii is entering the brainwave era with a slick mind-controlled console. At least this is the thrilling desire of hi-tech dreamers over at T3 Magazine who want… [More]
Mindpower Toys - Brainwave Play Challenges Gamer's Powers of Concentration
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Average 4,239 Clicks Pub: Feb 18, 09
Mindpower Toys
Brainwave Play Challenges Gamer's Powers of Concentration
Mattel Mindflex and Star Wars Force Trainer are two of the new brainwave toys shown off at the New York Toy Fair this week. Both of these toys use an EEG sensor to measure brain activity and translate… [More]
Thought-Propelled Wheelchairs - Milan Lab Creates Transport Controlled by Brain Signals
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Mild 3,780 Clicks Pub: Mar 7, 09
Thought-Propelled Wheelchairs
Milan Lab Creates Transport Controlled by Brain Signals
With a skullcap on his head connected to a computer and electrodes, Bernardo Dal Seno moved around in a wheelchair using only his mind, claimed researchers from Italy. According to the researchers, the… [More]
Mind-Powered Toys - Jedi Trainer Teaches You to Use the Force for Ultimate Fun
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Mild 3,578 Clicks Pub: Jul 17, 09
Mind-Powered Toys
Jedi Trainer Teaches You to Use the Force for Ultimate Fun
The perfect blend for a toy (in a parent's eyes) would be a device that is entertaining but also mind-stimulating. The Jedi Trainer toy is right up that alley with a design I’ve never seen before. The… [More]
Thought-Controlled Battle Bots - Mind Impulses Control Robot Warrior's Movements
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Untested 2,095 Clicks Pub: Oct 1, 09
Thought-Controlled Battle Bots
Mind Impulses Control Robot Warrior's Movements
Japanese college student Taka Ichikawa has created the world’s first thought-controlled battle robot. He controls the robot through electrodes attached to his head that read his neural impulses. For example,… [More]
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