CES: iPad game ZenBound 2 Gets Thought-control Function

Referring to InteraXon’s latest announcement of debuting a thought-controlled version of the ZenBound 2 iPad title at CES2011, today we can show a video preview of the game.

Partnered with ZenBound’s developer SecretExit, InteraXon has added a new thought-controlled element to this artistic, object rolling game.

Whereas in the original ZenBound the object is rotated by using the touch screen, in this updated version the object can be rotated with your mind. The more you focus, the faster it rotates. As a plus, after each session, the gamer receives feedback of his brain performance in the forme of an overall mind score and a statistical graph.

The game uses a headband equipped with sensors that detect electrical signals from the brain.

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