April 9, 2008 lecture by Randy Breen for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380).
The Emotiv EPOC (www.emotiv.com) now makes it possible for games to be controlled and influenced by the player's mind. Engaging, immersive, and nuanced, Emotiv-inspired game-play will be like nothing ever seen before. Based on the latest developments in neuro-technology, Emotiv has developed a new personal interface for human computer interaction.
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