Bye-bye, mouse. Hello, mind control

New interface methods will revolutionize how we interact with computers

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Mind control

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It may sound like science fiction, but mind reading devices are already out in the market -- and they don't require sensors or plugs implanted into your skull. Some work by sensing nerve signals sent to arms and legs, and are useful for helping restore mobility to the handicapped. Others read brain waves, such as the Intific, Emotiv and NeuroSky headsets.

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