Mattel's Mindflex is a game that allows you to move objects with your brain.
Mattel updates its telekinesis game with a competitive version for mental warriors. You can "prove" your brain is the most powerful. Or see how weak you are in the ways of the Force.
Mattel's sci-fi holiday toy makes balls float using the power of brainwaves. Crave straps itself in and gives Mindflex a whirl. Hello, mind control!
Much-hyped telekinesis toys are now hitting stores. But whether they'll levitate up the sales charts this holiday season remains to be seen.
CNET's Boonsri Dickinson tries on a pair of Japanese robotic cat ears that measure brain waves to supposedly reveal how a person is feeling. Will they ever catch on? Watch the video for a demo of the prototype.
In this week's episode: robot dinosaurs from China, games controlled by your mind, games controlled by nature's call, and whiskey in a can.
Yes, you've always wanted a pair of cat ears that flop up and down according to your mental state.
It used to be that electroencephalography required users to sit still for a computer to track the brain's impulses. New advances have made that technology wireless and mobile.
"Concentration" meets neuroscience.
Toronto-based Interaxon is working on a thought-controlled in-flight entertainment system that lets you keep your hands (and gadget stands) tucked away.