OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator Enters Production
Whats better than a cold winters night by the fire with a bottle of wine and an elegant member of the opposite sex... while teaching those noobs who's boss on your favorite First Person Shooter game? Teaching them whose boss by just using your mouse and your mind. Thats right OCZ is on track to release their highly anticipated Neural Impulse Actuator that uses brain and facial expressions to control certain aspects of the game. It is not meant as a replacement of the mouse, rather an additional peripheral to aid you in your midnight run for glory in your favorite games. The device turns electroencephalograph signals into keystrokes making the Neural Impulse Actuator compatible with almost all software. Another neat feature of this new technology is that it uses its own software to fine tune the device to your physiology and preferences in game play. After tuning the device and some experimental runs you will be able to play your game without the aid of a keyboard and minimal mouse movements. OCZ will be showing off the final version of this product at CeBIT 2008 in Hannover, Germany.