Play Video Games With Just the Movements of Your Eyes
Waterloo Labs states that different parts of the human eye have different electrical charges. Align electrodes with those movements and you can measure them with an electro-oculogram. These signals can then be translated into commands in a NES. Then it's a simple matter of inserting the Super Mario Bros. cartridge.
via Popular Science | Official Website
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