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Let Your Mood Decide What You See, and How: New 3D Glasses

by Tanya Thomas on January 12, 2011 at 9:41 AM
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 Let Your Mood Decide What You See, and How: New 3D Glasses

A Canadian company has created 3D glasses that can detect your mood and will adjust what you're watching according to how you're feeling.

Canadian digital innovations company InteraXon unveiled its latest products incorporating Thought Controlled Computing-a technology that lets users control a digital interface using simply the power of their concentration.

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Their creations include thought-controlled 3D glasses that tests a person's ability to focus their mind for an extended period of time, reports Fox News.

"We've developed a simple sensor that sits on your forehead and reads your brainwaves," said InteraXon CEO Ariel Garten.

"It's just like a heart monitor that can read your heart rate. And the software translates your brainwave data and uses it to control your virtual world," said Garten.
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He called it a brain/computer interface, or BCI, and InteraXon builds it into a simple, lightweight headband.

"It (3-D glasses) gives you the ability to watch a movie or televised content, and it knows the state that you're in, whether it be scared, excited, or bored," said Garten.

Source: ANI
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