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The company behind the brain-activated cat ears has created a head-mounted device that notices when you're interested in something and records video.
Neurocam is an iPhone and EEG headband that automatically records footage of things that interest you. Advertisers would love everyone to wear it.
Performance artist Lisa Park uses electroencephalography to create dancing ripples across the surface of water as a statement on the hidden power of the mind.
Smartphone advancements are on the edge of transforming in some crazy ways, but it isn't like you think.
Want to wear your heart on your, er, bum? A new robotic tail from Japan is just the ticket.
Meet "Tailly," a sensor-enabled mechanical tail by a Japanese man who also invented brainwave-controlled movable ears.
If you're looking for a good excuse to check out someone's backside, Shippo's new emotion-controlled mechanical tail is just the ticket.
This giant furry mask with moving eyelids and mouth is like catnip to us here at Crave.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Monday, July 18.
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.