Monthly Archives: November 2011

Brain Machine Interfaces are far from being used in games

Imagine playing your favourite game with the mere thought of your mind. That has been the dream of many sci-fi fans and has been seen in movies and books. In the last 10 years, research into brain machine interfaces (BMI) … Continue reading

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Psychologists working in the video game industry

At the moment, I don’t think that there is a large demand for psychology majors in the gaming industry. This lack of demand may change, as developers seek to improve game immersion, gameplay mechanics, and understand social interaction between players. … Continue reading

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