Mental Multiplayer Tetris: Where Have I Heard This Idea Before?

The University of Washington's Center for Neurotechnology recently invited NPR's Elise Hu to participate in a demonstration of a brain-computer interface that allows users "to move Tetris-like shapes on a computer screen using only thoughts." Sound incredible? It is. It's also not the first time you might have heard of a mentally controlled video game similar to… Continue reading Mental Multiplayer Tetris: Where Have I Heard This Idea Before?