A NEUROHEADSET that allows the wearer to play videogames simply by thinking has been unveiled at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco and will go on sale later this year.  […]  The device can detect conscious thoughts, areas of brain activity, facial expressions and even some emotions such as frustration, shock and anger, and will cost about $US300 ($326) when it is released in late 2008.

My friends & family look at me like I’m a lunatic when I tell them that I’m looking forward to the day when we’re all half human, half robot.

It’s coming.

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