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@liaamur (420)
Philippines
March 11, 2009 10:28am CST
another breakthrough in the world of science. this is a device (yes, it is in the market now) that you are supposed to put on your head, so you could control the game. it is out for the gamind industry as of the moment, to gain more funds. the invention/on-going research is from 2 vietnamese scientists, and the original plan was to use this for medicine eg., navigating the wheelchair. with this cerebro-looking device, you could control the game (what your character is supposed to do, which power you wanted to use) with your mind because there are 'readers' of brain waves at the ends/tips of the thing. so one goes around on a wheelchair looking EXACTLY like professor x. recon there would be more jean greys in the future? if this is the case, jean grey is one of the good guys, but because of the enormity of her psychic power, she was still dangerous especially when she 'cannot control'. do you think getting this research further up the ladder would be a good idea? would it not be 'messing with the mind'?
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• Malaysia
11 Mar 09
YES I AGREE ~ as I said, am not the obscurant type of person. Any intellectual property designed, built and implemented always come out for goodness and never for badness. The only thing is, it will depend on end user to make it full to its beneficence. In anyway, long time ago people looking for how to make use brain wave, so now it's already a reality. Make use it for supernatural application.
@liaamur (420)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
i guess the key there is regulation. it would be a useful device, albeit scary too, but if it is carefully regulated by the right--and good--people then this shouldn't come to a point where 'hypnotizing the brain' is involved. lol
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• Malaysia
13 Mar 09
Forgot to ask you, what is "hakuna matata!". Is it some sort of brain wave?
@katsalot1 (1619)
11 Mar 09
I'm really undecided on this. Half of me thinks that it sounds really exciting, and I want a go, and the other half is terrified of what the consequences might be. I think i'd wait until it has been used for several years before I would try it out!
@liaamur (420)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
heheh..it would be nice to control a game with just your mind. now we could literally experience...battle of the brains.
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@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
12 Mar 09
I'm sorry but I wouldn't want anyone "reading my brain" for any reason. That's one of the few places left in the world that is purely the owners. Besides I see no reason for it. Gamers use their hands alot...just as ppl in wheelchairs do. The only area I can see this useful in is for ppl who have no hands and need to control things in another way...but even then I wouldn't want it. It just seems too creepy to have ppl or even a device reading my brain. I'd rather keep whatever's in my head, just for me. [b]~~AT PEACE WITHIN~~ **STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS**[/b]
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@liaamur (420)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
it does come out as creepy at times. and to be using it in gaming...people are using as little of their body as possible (only the fingers) and now they want to take that off, too! lol
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• Philippines
12 Mar 09
getting a hold of this device is quite cool... and a bit scary... hope we could use it more for a better purpose instead....
@liaamur (420)
• Philippines
13 Mar 09
yes, it is kind of a 'bittersweet' breakthrough. good that science has finally found a way to read the brain, bad that we could, at a time, lose the privacy of our minds.
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