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Mindloop by One Life Remains: This game is controlled by a...





Mindloop by One Life Remains:

This game is controlled by a mental brain wave thingy. Each color is associated with a brain activity type (Focus, relax, …). You need to be in that state to make the cube come back on the road. The road is the inside of a cylinder so the track is never-ending. The tricky part here is that if you manage to go through the first time doesn’t mean you can do it again easily. And it’s brain tiring

Why do I blog this? Next month I’m going to give a speech in Boston at the AAAS conference about the design issues related to brain-computer interfaces. This game is a good example to introduce some of the concepts I want to address there.

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“Kentucky Route Zero: a game in five acts by cardboard...



Kentucky Route Zero: a game in five acts by cardboard computer”:

“Kentucky Route Zero is a magical realist adventure game about a secret highway in the caves beneath Kentucky and the mysterious folks who travel it. The game is developed by Cardboard Computer (Jake Elliott and Tamas Kemenczy). The soundtrack features an original electronic score by Ben Babbitt along with a suite of old hymns and bluegrass standards recorded by The Bedquilt Ramblers.”

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