50°
Submitted by Stargazer 396d ago | news

Duke University researcher creates device that lets users mind-control a game of Pong

At Duke University’s Summer Science Sleuths, a program that wants to encourage high school students to pursue a career or a simple hobby in science, Duke Ph.D. student David Schwartz created a device that, through brain waves, lets users play Pong with their minds. (Culture)

Credit url: pixelenemy.com
GiggMan  +   396d ago
Freaky... Time to invest in some tin foil!
Software_Lover  +   396d ago
There was an article on techspy about a device that let the guy control a hover copter (whatever they are called) with his mind.
MikeyDucati1  +   396d ago
Somehow this is not shocking but still interesting nonetheless
annus  +   396d ago
As cool as it is, this stuff has been around for quite a while now, and can do a lot more fancy things than just play pong.
Heisenburger  +   396d ago
I use my brain every time I play a game. It's called using a controller.

Think. About. It.
Virtual_Reality  +   396d ago
You guys should see Emotiv device.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories

The Wolf Among Us Review | Good Game

14m ago - Good Game: "This game has been consistently well-executed throughout. More and more I'm falling i... | PC
40°

Unreal Tournament - New WIP Footage & Images Surface

14m ago - Epic Games has just revealed brand new WIP in-engine footage from a stage that will most probably... | PC
40°

Blocked In Developer Releases Next VR Diorama Der Grosse Gottlieb

14m ago - VRFocus - You may recall earlier in the year when VRFocus reported on Blocked In, a unique virtua... | PC

Now Available: This Week’s Hot New Android Games

14m ago - Check out this week's new releases for Android. | Android
Ad

Looking for a great Pokemon Community?

Now - Look no further. Join us at the BulbaGarden Forums, the best community for everything Pokemon | Promoted post

Dota 2’s International 4 Was Amazing, But A Failure For Spectators

15m ago - Game Informer: The finals of this year’s $10.9 million International 4 tournament, a best of five... | PC