May 28, 2014
A team of engineers from Stanford University (USA) developed a device for consoles that could revolutionize the video games of the future: a control that measures the physiological functions of the players and modifies the game mode to have a more interesting experience.
Basically, the device measures the brain activity of the player and if it detects that they are getting bored, it modifies the game making it more complicated with new challenges to awaken the interest and fun of the player.
The prototype seeks to achieve a practical and simple way to measure the emotional part of the brain, that is, the part that changes when our state is happy, sad or bored, which also influences the heart rate, respiration, temperature or perspiration bodily.
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