New headset brings mind control to video games

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A wireless headset that can interpret brain waves to control video games and other onscreen action has been shown off at a hi-tech conference.

The Emotiv Epoc claims to be the first neural headset aimed at consumers.

Technology reporter Jonathan Fildes went to try it out for himself at the TED Global conference in Oxford.

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