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Monday, October 15, 2007

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Pauline Aquilina

I was overwhelmed seeing the video and reading this. Words escape me so all I can say is well done guys and keep up the good work.

Pauline

Labsji Link

This is truly amazing given that even after months in SL, walking and turning in SL is not accurate. Integrating with an electrode that senses the thinking and controls the movement is just pure magic.

JJ

This sort of a brain-computer interface is not so new. I know of two companies that are on the market with quite far developed devices:

www.emotiv.com

and

www.neurosky.com

James Corbett

Two years on and it's good to know that some people are investigating the development of an Emotiv EPOC solution for Second Life.

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