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So, this was inevitable. By combining an HTC Vive VR setup with EEG (electroencephalography) sensors inside the headset and a bit of cutting-edge eye-tracking technology, Boston startup Neurable (and partners) have created a game controlled with your brain. After a … Continue reading Mind-controlled VR game
Everything can be interactive We’re familiar with virtual environments now. In 2017, there are different ways we can engage with virtual landscapes and environments: via VR headsets with controllers (e.g. HTC Vive) using your bare hands (e.g. Leap Motion), from a distance … Continue reading After VR? Neuroreality.