Game with your M.I.N.D.
The mind is a powerful thing, and now you can use it to control the game Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Soap Studio, a company devoted to creating high-tech toys, announced a brainwave-controlled game system called M.I.N.D. that merges brainwaves and holographic projection technology. It is a virtual realitytype game unlike any other currently available.
M.I.N.D. is a package product that includes a headset and a holographic box called the Holo-Box. The headset is what captures the players brainwaves and then turns those brainwaves into game play. The headset does this by measuring emotional changes, how hard the player is concentrating, and even eye movements such as blinking to convert into moves show more content
Soap Studio is a certified partner with DC Comics and Warner Brothers, Entertainment Inc., which explains the relationship between M.I.N.D. and Batman vs. Superman. The company designs collectible toys and high-tech toys and everyday products. They are also working on a way to adapt the new M.I.N.D. technology to work with drones.
Simply lay your smartphone in the holographic box, which works as a projector of sorts. CEO Adran Chong said in a released statement said, "The brain works as a muscle - the more you use it, the stronger it gets." He points out that the game set isn't only for entertainment, but can be used to learn better control of your mind and even behavior.
The game Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice follows a similar plot to the movie by the same name. Players go through the game as a threat to Gotham arises. Your task? To save the world. The game is made up of levels. As you finish each mission, another level is unlocked. The game starts with the player as Batman. Eventually, the player can become Superman.
M.I.N.D. is breaking new ground for gamers everywhere. The product is already available in the United States. It will be interesting to see what new games are released to work with the
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