Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 17 Mar 2007.
Awesome, so was the guy actually doing it, and how good was he?
That is ******* cool. Not cool, ******* cool.
If that external box could be shrunk to the size of a PCI card, I reckon it'd be a lot better.
Is that Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendell, he sure looks like him!
Could be pretty cool if it worked well this "game controller", though the downside would be the total lack of "sports" as all geeks know it.
Any idee about the price
Does it work good? Or are there alot of unmeant movements?
So in the future i actually have to THINK while gaming? That sucks
Really, that's pretty cool. I wonder how easy it is to use.
Can you reverse the signal and make the computer control the human?
Ok, interesting and all. But where is the friggin Cryo-z!
Cool, imagine controlling vast amounts of Mammoth Tanks in C&C 3 just using your mind, i so want.
i think i will be watching this very carefully...... and yes this is very very awesome.
I presume someone's looking into applying this to people with spinal cord injuries.
kinda like yuri
I think this would be extremely useful in RTS game genres.
I wonder if your skill level when using this new device is affected by your intelligence LOL
That would be cool to use in addition to a normal controller, so you can still (using FPS as an example) move around, aim and fire like normal, but could use it to switch weapons bring up a map and do less used activities like opening doors, all without having to move you hands from your mouse and WASD keys.
Imagine having a sniper scope on and being able to zoom in just by thinking "what the hell is that over there?"
is doesn't work like that "thinking what the hell is that over there"; alpha/beta brain waves are monitored, eye movement and facial muscles, those can then be read through the electrons and used for input on the PC;
got a movie and more tech detail, price, caps, up here: http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=551
it was, without a doubt, the coolest thing at Cebit
lol no more 'my fingers hurt i cant macro fast enough' excuses
i honestly dont like it, part of the appeal of games to me is hand-eye coordination and the reaction times, ill be sticking to keyboard and mouse thanks
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