I know how you feel - except the learning curve is going to be reasonably steep on this, so I want to get in early!
|Date:||June 3rd, 2008 12:32 pm (UTC)|| |
a: its out of stock, you're safe.
b: how does it even work? It says it links things to specific keystrokes (and don't most games alow that anyway?), but then it also says you can play without a keyboard or a mouse - unless it means either without a keyboard OR without a mouse?
a: But I can still order it at £99 for when there is stock...
b: It reads alpha and beta waves - you train yourself to use thoughts that are associated with actions (like moving part of your face) as specific game actions, and map them to key presses. After a short while, if you take to it, you don't need to make any actual movements - you learn to just use the right intentions to trigger the in-game actions. So if you can learn to differentiate enough brain "actions" (my term) you don't need a keyboard or mouse at all - you can play the game entirely by brain.
Yay, so gamers can be fatter and lazier than ever! :V
|Date:||June 3rd, 2008 01:55 pm (UTC)|| |
Truly, we are living in The Future!
You must think in russian and then you too can fly the plane and escape back to the West.
OK too much Clint Eastwood films as a child in the 80s. Firefox was considered scifi and now we have thought control for gaming.