NeuroSky is a company that specialises in biosensor technology. It’s Brain-Computer Interface technology is available to developers and researchers across a range of industries. Brain Maze is a game that allows the showcase of this technology on a Nokia handset, using tilt and brain interaction as the primary control. Using the NeuroSky Mindset Headset, the user must adopt the appropriate mental state (either meditative or attentive) at certain points in the game to unlock brain controlled gates within the game. Check out the video demo on the Nokia N97 after the break.
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Although this interaction is relatively simple at the moment it highlights the enormous potential brain computer interaction could provide and at some point in the future when we look back at touch screens thay will seem very primitive indeed.