Don’t Point, Just Think: The Brain Wave as Joystick.

Really thought that this was old news. But hey, the thought is still quite fascinating and a hope for paralysed patients. Cant help thinking that the future will bring us thought-controlled devices. They just need to get rid of that old Clockwork Orange-looking device supposed to be installed upon our heads.

And maybe, just maybe, Danish artists Morten Scheel and Christian Skriver are on the right track with their installation “The Stockholm Experiment” (former Trapholt Experiment) in the basement of Stockholm’s Kulturhuset this year. Give your thoughts a say on which random numbers the computer chooses. I tried, I really did. But, as the artists said, perhaps time isnt as linear as we think.
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A GPS bagpack that steers its human

An airport that loads passengers like human cargo

A self-driving office chair

A VR game that navigates you to a real place

A projector drone that follows its user