Startup planning thought-controlled entertainment product

Computers have come a long way in terms of intuitive interface in the last few years. No longer are we using peripherals like a mouse and keyboard to control our PCs, or a joystick and button-laden controller to control video game consoles.

Now, touch screens and gesture-controlled interfaces are becoming more common – just look at Apple’s iPad or Microsoft’s Kinect. But what if you could control your technology just by thinking? The notion seems like a futuristic vision, but a team at the Canadian Film Centre’s Media Labs has put together a demo based on a Brain Computer Interface. They plan to launch a startup that will sell entertainment products. See it for yourself:

Brain Computer Interface the next big thing?

Brian JacksonBrian Jackson is the Associate Editor at ITBusiness.ca. Follow him on Twitter, read his blog, and check out the IT Business Facebook Page.
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