We are honored to announce that one of our mind-controlled iOS games, W.I.L.D., is a nominee in the Nordic Game Awards 2012 in the “Best Nordic Innovation” category!
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To play our games W.I.L.D. or 28 Spoons Later, which are controlled by your relaxation and concentration, you will need the NeuroSky MindWave Mobile brainwave headset. Click here if you would like to purchase one! And thank you!
Yes, it’s that time of year again! Game Developers Conference 2012 at San Francisco. If you’ll be there, you can try our mind-controlled games, W.I.L.D. and 28 Spoons Later, at the NeuroSky booth in the Expo, which starts Wednesday. Go on by booth #1917 and look for our MindGames logo.
I know we covered this Icelandic outfit not too long ago, but I find these games for brainwave readers and smartphones so uniquely interesting. MindGames’ newly released iPhone/iPad game, called 28 Spoons Later, puts you in the situation where you’re captured by a gentleman zombie who would like to eat a dish of brains for dinner, but will only do so with a spoon. The game is controlled by a PLX XWave headset that reads your brain’s focus level. By concentrating, you can bend the zombie’s spoons with your mind and stay alive as long as possible.
Hawking, the best-selling author of A Brief History Of Time, who suffers with Motor Neurone disease, currently uses his computer to speak by twitching a muscle on his cheek. Each movement is then detected by an optical sensor mounted on his glasses, which allows him to choose letters and words on a computer screen.
He will now be working with a team from Intel to find a way to express himself after a deterioration in his health made it more difficult for him to operate his computer. Continue reading