Sega working on mind-controlled gaming

Sega Toys and NeuroSky have revealed they are working on a gaming concept that will put Nintendo's motion-sensing Wii firmly in its place.

The two companies are teaming up to produce mind-controlled toys, using wearable bio-sensors to monitor brainwaves, made by NeuroSky.

This innovation, "taking play to the next level", uses the "ThinkGear" bio-sensor currently made from a modified computer headset.

Still in development stage, its too early to say what the eventual applications and overall cool-ness factor will be, but we're pretty stoked about this one...

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