Keeping Your Mind On The Game

San Jose biosensor and signal processing system company NeuroSky is currently developing a gaming headset able to respond to the brains electrical activity. The mind reader, which should hit the market later this year, rewards the players for their concentration and penalizes those who are either too nervous or who do not pay enough attention to the game.

Similar to the Brain-Computer Interface, this will also open new medical applications for people who are impaired in their movements. In the gaming industry, this may however be a flop, as many kids will not appreciate a mind tax on their entertainment. Wheres the fun if you need to be brainy to play a racing game or a shootem up after all?

Source: Gizmodo

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