Emotiv's new brain-computer interface

Emotiv Systems recently unveiled a brain/computer interface system with a helmet and software applications. The Project Epoc system can move objects based on a gamer's thoughts, reflect facial expressions, and respond to the excitement or calm the gamer mentally exerts.

Brain controlled computer games

Below is a video discussing and demonstrating Emotiv's new brain interface.
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Emotiv Systems introduces a sensor-laden headset that interprets gamers' intentions, emotions and facial expressions

EPOC GAMING HEADSET: Emotiv's $299 EPOC headset (with 14 sensors) will enable gamers to use their own brain activity to interact with the virtual worlds where they play.
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The EPOC detects brain activity noninvasively using electroencephalography (EEG), a measure of brain waves, via external sensors along the scalp that pick up the electrical bustle in various parts of the furrowed surface of the brain's cortex, a region that handles higher order thoughts.
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