“if thoughts could kill” is an expression we have heard over and over again. Well, here is a new to ponder. What if thoughts could fly?That is the bright idea by the San Jose, California-based firm, NeuroSky, as reported by the Los Angeles Times.
The firm is taking its brain-centric technology and applying it products made by other manufacturers. The product has both educative and recreational potential.
NeuroSky also showcased Focus Pocus, a $199.95 game designed to help children with concentration problems improve their impulse control, attention span and memory.