Madshrimps checked out OCZ's cool new device which lets you play games or work in applications by "reading your thoughts".
"OCZ's latest brainchild is the Actuator, a device which tracks
movement of your eyes, monitors brain waves and picks up facial muscle
movements, it uses these recorded signals to link them to input
commands on the computer, allowing you to play Tetris or even a first
person shooter like UT2004. We visited the OCZ booth at Cebit where
they had a live demo, (view)read our (video)report on this impressive
technology which will change the way you interact with your PC!"
Here's a YouTube movie in which Tony Leach from OCZ shows of the capabilities of the Actuator:
This device should be available by the end of the year for about $300.