CES saw the launch of Mattel's Mind Flex game, and it seems it could be the first of many as a similar product has been announced for launch in the States.
Mattel's Mind Flex game, due out in the autumn, uses brain-wave activity to move a ball through a tabletop obstacle course, while the Force Trainer, comprises of a wireless headset that reads your brain activity, translating in to physical action.
If gamers focus well enough, the "training sphere" (basically a ping pong ball) will rise in the tower.
The game is made by Uncle Milton Industries and is licensed by Star Wars firm Lucas, a move that will see the base unit come complete with Star Wars sound effects and audio clips as a gamer progresses from Padawan to Jedi.
The Force Trainer is expected to be priced around $100 when it launches in the States later this year.
"It's been a fantasy everyone has had, using The Force", says Howard Roffman, president of Lucas Licensing.
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