InteraXon Shows Off Thought-controlled Games For In-Flight Entertainment

Posted: Jul 6 2010, 7:17am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:14am CDT, in News | Gaming

 

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Let's face it, being on a commercial flight for a few hours is crazy boring. It’s even worse if the in-flight movie sucks and the person next to you prattles on constantly about their work. A company called InteraXon has unveiled a new in-flight entertainment system that offers games controlled by thought.

The game system uses tech that can recognize the electrical charge in the brain. It measures the brains electrical output and sorts the output into waves.

The alpha waves associated with concentration are used as one control and the beta waves associated with relaxation are used as another control. The system sounds cool, but the company offers no indication of what the games are like.

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