The Emotiv EPOC neuroheadset could be a game-changer in a lot of ways. From flipping traditional game-play on its head to helping those with disabilities make advancements in the real world, this headset is an effort to do it all. With 12 consecutive hours of use via lithium battery and 14 saline sensors to perfect spatial resolution, the neuroheadset gives the user a full range of motion in gaming, creativity, and productivity.
The Emotiv EPOC allows one to use thoughts to create music, art, and color. It is compatible to both EPOC-specific and traditional PC games (via EmoKey on the latter), and it is also a leap forward for market research and advertising professionals, who can get real-time feedback on how subjects respond to material. First, there was the Wii. Next, the Kinect. We suppose it was only a matter of time before the brain got in on the action!
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