Do the wave

One of the pre-hyped products from CES this year is Mattel’s Mind Flex game, which supposedly converts brainwaves to energy and then uses them to power a fan that moves a ball through a maze of hoops. If this proves usable–and it does sound more promising than technologies that claim to read minds–it could open the door for other brainwave-operated applications for daily living functions by people with quadriplegia. Mind game where players use brainwaves to float ball through hoops unveiled

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