2nd March 2012 03:18
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Telekinesis—Playing the Mind Games Literally
The Neurosky gaming products are based on electroencephalography technology embedded in the system that is able to reduce interference with other EMFs around or between the brain and the computer. The major point of this gaming system is for the gamer to move objects on the screen using the gamer’s mind supported by the device that reads and translates ELFs from one’s brain directly to the system. Also, all of these connections would not be possible without the gaming headphone like device that is able to interface “imaging” of the human mind. The question arises is this gaming system able to interfere with the mind in suggesting some of modulated brain entrainment habitual/behavioral traits such as being more and more “dependent” on playing the game. Right now there is no regulation, control, or even a full understanding of possible harms from electroencephalography technology in gaming systems.
It seems amazing that the application of electroencephalography and technological abilities to identify ELFs and translate them for various purposes has already achieved a remarkable commercial success. The company which sales games also works hard on substituting the head device with a wireless connection. At this point the improved head gaming set can actually pick ELF’s (read gamer’s mind) from a distance, but it might not be so accurate as when a transmitter is placed on the head.
Some of you are probably familiar with the Neurosky, still what amazes me regarding this example is how fast a commercial application of devices that are traditionally considered to be relevant for either medical or surveillances use are now available to anybody and, especially, teenagers and young adults.
Here are some examples of the Sky gaming system, some videos are a few years old, where are they now?
Sorry, this clip has a mixture of English and German languages:
Reading mind device
Mind Technologies, progress spead:
The Colbert Report, Interview with Dr. N. Begich, check the last part of the interview where Begich refers to gaming and some aspects of the synthetic telepathy.
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2nd March 2012 07:11
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