Showing posts from July, 2010

Brain sensor makes mind control possible by reading your thoughts!

Mind control has been seen in comic books and science-fiction for a long time in great stories told by visionaries from our past but now it's more than just a possibility, it is a reality! Brain sensing controllers are available and here's one from a company called Emotiv.

Based on the latest developments in neuro-technology, Emotiv has developed a revolutionary new personal interface for human computer interaction. It is a neuro-signal acquisition and processing wireless neuroheadset. By using sensors to tune into electric signals produced by the brain, it can detect player thoughts, feelings and expressions and it can connect wirelessly to most computers.

How would you like to be able to just use your thought to control something, it could be a feeling or an emotion that would signal a device to to dynamically create different colors, shapes, music, sounds, and art.

Real life applications for this technology include assisting disabled patients to be able to controlling elec…

My Favorite Comfort Food

Dark chocolate! First of all, it's healthy! Then can you imagine a world without chocolate? It's definitely boring. I used to eat all types of chocolate, white chocolate, milk chocolate, but now the darker the better.

 I remember someone telling me that chocolate is bad for your health. Well actually its too much sugar that's bad, not the chocolate itself. And science has proven that chocolate has

What Keeps Me Up at Night

The Battle Star Galactica series! Each episode is truly remarkable, great top caliber acting.

Then starting tomorrow... Starcraft 2!

Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world | Video on

Image via Wikipedia Interesting talk on about how games like World of Warcraft give players the means to save worlds, and incentive to learn the habits of heroes. What if we could harness this gamer power to solve real-world problems? Jane McGonigal says we can, and explains how.

She has an online game where people participate and solve real-life problems like how to live in a world without oil, an alternate reality gaming project where thousands of people have joined to...

Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty is out after 12 years!

Finally Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty is here! The sequel to one of the best games ever is out now and the success of this gaming franchise has been phenomenal, after all 11 million players have played the first game and some still do.

I remember playing this game way back in high school and it was the most popular game at my internet gaming shop. I can't wait to play it and see all the new units, features and the always compelling story behind it all. It can also help save the world!

One of the coolest things to do in the games was to launch a nuke! And finding the target on the map was difficult for the opponent to save because it was just a tiny red dot. I remember the friends I played against would keep scrambling to get their units and building out of the way, it was so much fun!

Moving on to live the Four Hour Work Week

I've been using the principles from the Four Hour Work Week book by Tim Ferriss, it's been very useful and has helped me streamline my work to save more time. One of the things I love is the application of the Pareto Principle in many situations, it has helped me with increasing my efficiency in work, play and several hobbies too.

I bought my copy at Barnes and Noble.

Your very own Android tablet for $35!

I read this article from engadget about the Indian Institute of Science are mass producing an Android Tablet for 35 dollars.

Low cost personal computing for every man and woman and child is coming! Imagine the possibilities for education at all levels of society, students of all ages can now use these to learn and communicate more globally.

Lucid dreaming and inception

While watching the movie Inception, I was quite impressed with the hallway fight scene. It was very creative, imaginative and was amazing to see. It made me remember a few things from childhood that I used to do and dream about.

One of which is lucid dreaming, it was really fun to be able to control my dream and alter everything around me. I'm going to do it again and see just how fun and powerful it can be now.