OCZ gets into mind reading

Subject: General Tech | March 19, 2007 - 02:10 PM |
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At CNET, Madshrimps got a look at the OCZ Actuator, which may be the PC interface of the future.  Put down your mouse and toss out the keyboard, this device reads brainwaves, eye movement and facial movement as well.  Head over to see how you may be gaming in the future.

"OCZ's latest brainchild is the Actuator, a device which tracks movement of your eyes, monitors brain waves and picks up

facial muscle movements, it uses these recorded signals to link them to input commands on the computer, allowing you to play

Tetris or even a first person shooter like UT2004. We visited the OCZ booth at Cebit where they had a live demo, (view)read

our (video)report on this impressive technology which will change the way you interact with your PC!"

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