Monday, March 3, 2008

Even more want

Another neural interface device:

The commands are easily assigned with the NIA’s user-friendly software and are calibrated based on the individual’s physiology and personal preferences. Each of the Actuator’s signals can be assigned to a specific keystroke on the keyboard or a mouse button; consequentially, gamers can run, jump, and fire faster all without “lifting a finger.” Because the NIA converts EEG (electroencephalograph) signals into specified keystrokes, the device can be used with any software. Upon proper configuration, the NIA will allow users to control PC games without the use of a keyboard and minimal use of a mouse.


kimalanus said...

You missed my point on the previous article... It's ONLY six months away from ACTUALLY being ON SALE!!! Breathless anticipation.... ;o)


Ab_Normal said...

Ah. :D

One wonders if one could use both devices simultaneously... ;)