Star Wars Toy Trains Would Be Jedis How to Use The Force

Can you be a Jedi? Well, here's a toy Jedi training device that trains Star Wars fans to use The Force:

The Force Trainer (expected to be priced at $90 to $100) comes with a headset that uses brain waves to allow players to manipulate a sphere within a clear 10-inch-tall training tower, analogous to Yoda and Luke Skywalker's abilities in the Star Wars films. [...]

In the Force Trainer, a wireless headset reads your brain activity, in a simplified version of EEG medical tests, and the circuitry translates it to physical action. If you focus well enough, the training sphere, which looks like a ping-pong ball, will rise in the tower.

- via The Monkey Buddha, thanks Paul Micarelli!

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I can slow my heart rate by 20 beats per minute in less than three second (Well, twenty years ago, I could). I can still change my skin temperature, warm it or cool it, at will. Blood pressure takes continuous practice, if I work at it for a month, I can drop it by 30 points at will.

Here is the real challenge: what the hell good is all this? Those skills are as useless as making a ping pong ball float in a tube.
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