Doc Brown, the crazy inventor from Back to the Future, may not have perfected his mind-reading contraption, but real scientists have.
Gamers set aside their joysticks recently to test out a new video game. All they needed instead? The power of thought.
InteraXon, a Canadian digital innovations company, was the hit of CES when it unveiled the latest products incorporating Thought Controlled Computing -- a technology that lets users control a digital interface using simply the power of their concentration. Their creations include thought-controlled 3D glasses as well as an iPad game that tests a person’s ability to focus their mind for an extended period of time.