Neurocam Analyzes Your Brainwaves to Take Photos For You

Pressing a button is so 20th century. And winking or asking Google Glass to do it for you seems like quite a lot of effort, too. So, for the truly lazy, Neurocam analyzes your brainwaves to work out when you want a picture taking. » 10/29/13 7:11am 10/29/13 7:11am

Watch Fake Telekinesis Make Mind-Controlled Water

Telekinesis isn't real, but you can fake it if you really put your mind to it. Conceptual artist Lisa Park did just that and surrounded herself with vibrating pools of her own brainwaves. But her final trick, total brain silence, turned out to be just a little too hard to fake. » 6/15/13 9:13am 6/15/13 9:13am

This Brainwave Scarf Uses Your Thoughts To Keep You Warm

When it's freezing outside people often suggest imagining yourself sitting on a warm sunny beach somewhere in the Bahamas so you don't feel so cold. Its effectiveness is questionable, but now there's a genuine way to use your thoughts to keep warm: custom scarves knitted with a pattern of the wearer's unique… » 6/07/13 12:23pm 6/07/13 12:23pm

Cat Ears Pick Up on Brainwaves and Act as Furry Mood Rings For Those…

Of course these cat ears come from Japan, and of course they'll be on sale soon. Neurowear's Necomimi ears sit on a hairband (though don't let that put you off, guys!) and have sensors inbuilt for detecting brainwaves. Depending on the signals decoded by the sensors, the ears can twitch, wriggle or even flop down,… » 5/05/11 11:00am 5/05/11 11:00am

Square-Enix Teams Up With NeuroSky For Mind-Controlled Gaming Concept

Square-Enix and NeuroSky » 10/07/08 9:30pm 10/07/08 9:30pm will unveil a mind-controlled gaming demo on Thursday at the Tokyo Game Show. The setup works with a Windows PC and the MindSky headset, and runs Square's software created specifically for this demo. The headset fits over your head with earmuffs and has one electrode that monitors brainwaves.…

Control Cellphones With Your Brain Using the NeuroSky Sensor

In case you've ever wanted to dabble in telepathy, NeuroSky Inc. has prototyped a new sensor that lets you control your cellphone with brainwaves. Based on similar medical technology, the system can roughly measure brain relaxation and concentration to pass on appropriate commands to a cellphone. Though the system is… » 9/19/08 1:10am 9/19/08 1:10am