Computex 2007: OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator

Posted: Jun 5 2007, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:11am CDT, in News | Technology News

Computex 2007: OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator
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OCZ Technology shows at the Computex 2007 the Neural Impulse Actuator.

The TechZone tried the brain interface out at the booth. Quote:
"The OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator takes gaming to a whole new level. Instead of using a keyboard and mouse to move and shoot your way around the game, you use the impulses of your brain. The Neural Impulse Actuator is a headband with three silver dollar size pads that tracks neural movements and translates them into in gaming actions like running and shooting. "
Read the full report on The TechZone.

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