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Originally Posted by Fyrestorm View Post
personally, i wouldn't mind a set of sunnies that just predict what your looking at on the screen, if you want to click it (or in FPS, fire.) etc.. that'd be intense for Crysis.
For our non-Aussie friends.... sunnies = sunglasses.




Every reviewer so far has given the NIA good comments. It can't be that bad.
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Trickery! They don't tell you how much it will cost to surgically implant the sensors in your brain! I think that's kind of false advertising, if you ask me.
What? It's a headset...
    
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I don't know how I'll be able to control that. I have a lot of things that go around in my mind.
Not sure about you but as long as I have a pop-up blocker I should be able to navigate porn sites with ease.

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While I can see this failing, I think lots of people will probably buy it and tons will find them useless because of issues. Reading over this article gives you an idea how they perform; it responds to facial expressions. Although they were new, and there's obviously a learning curve, I really don't see this working out, maybe sometime down the road when the kinks are worked out but not today.
definitely going to be awesome with porn.
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I'm going to buy one just to play with the third party software I'm going to end up making for it to... Biofeedback machines are really fun to muck around with. Especially when you might end up being able to use it as a tool later on in life. I'm sure ALL of the geeks in my office would be jealous is I started blinking commands at my laptop to send them stuff. Or they might think I finally cracked... Maybe both!!
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I'd be scared it would uncontrollably pull up pr0n.
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I doubt it works that well.. I mean its a new technology.. that is very advanced.

If it does however i'll be grabbing one.
I read that its hard at first but it can be quickly perfected.
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anyone know where we can pre-order them?
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Trickery! They don't tell you how much it will cost to surgically implant the sensors in your brain! I think that's kind of false advertising, if you ask me.
Are you serious? You must be joking.
I thought it was based on facial expressions.
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For everyone thinking about getting one for a fps, it is kinda like a touch screen moniter, it is literally impossible to walk around, with out a mouse
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