Daaaamn, this could easily be the biggest thing since the invention of the computer mouse. The fellas over at Madshrimps have a dedicated article up in relation to a new device shown off at OCZs booth during CeBIT dubbed the Actuator; this thing capable of tracking movement from your eyes and monitoring brain waves, not to mention picking up on your facial muscle movements as well. With all that information it then converts the signals into input commands for games!
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!
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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