Neuro-gaming will become a recognized category that combines games, brain research, sensors, and new kinds of user interfaces for computers and entertainment devices. The majority of products on display at the emerging NeuroGaming conference were head-mounted electroencephalogram (EEG) devices, but there were also gloves, bio-feedback, and various motion sensor systems including the Leap Motion controller. Read More at GraphicSpeak
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