Look Ma, No Hands!

August 14, 2008 By Wendy

Students at the Drexel University have developed a game controller that uses only your mind to execute actions.

Designed for use with the Lazybrains game, sensors in the headband measure brain activity and let you perform such actions as lifting a manhole cover. You can’t proceed until enough “mental power” has been exerted.

Mind-Control Video Game Interface
Mind-Control Video Game Interface

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I worked on this project and I feel it's worth noting that this hardware was not designed for the game, rather the other way around :). This hardware has a lot of potential applications in the medical field.
Posted by Jim on November 18, 2008

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