At the other end of the game control spectrum from Wii bowling balls, Scott Adams expressed his excitement in a post today about NeuroSky’s MindSet, a “brain-computer interface” that lets you control things on screen with just your mind.
Okay, maybe that isn’t so impressive.
Still, that seems a lot cooler than jumping around playing pit crew with the whole Microsoft Project Natal thing.
Anything that keeps our collective asses planted firmly on the couch has got to be a winner.
How long before I can cast a fireball in World of Warcraft with my mind?