NEW YORK (AP) � Hands cramping up from too many video games?
How about controlling games with your thoughts instead? Later this year, Emotiv Systems Inc. plans to start selling the $299 EPOC neuroheadset to let you do just that.
The headset’s sensors are designed to detect conscious thoughts and expressions as well as “non-conscious emotions” by reading electrical signals around the brain, says the company, which demonstrated the wireless gadget at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Wonder what it’ll look like? Hrmmmm….
About time, if you ask me. Blu-Ray, proprietary and region-centric tho it may be, is the better format.
TOKYO (Reuters) –
Toshiba Corp (6502.T) is planning to give
up on its HD DVD format for high definition DVDs, conceding
defeat to the competing Blu-Ray technology backed by Sony Corp
(6758.T), a company source said on Saturday.
The move will likely put an end to a battle that has gone
on for several years between consortiums led by Toshiba and
Sony vying to set the standard for the next-generation DVD and
compatible video equipment.
Toshiba to give up on HD DVD, end format war: source – Yahoo! News
I don’t know why this isn’t better documented or stated anywhere so I’ll just iterate it here. If you want to peruse the documentation for Rails and your installed Gems type the following
And in your terminal prompt you should see
Starting gem server on http://localhost:8808/
And you should be set.
Finally after far-too-long a wait for us OS X Leopard users, a new version of Growl is in Beta and it includes support for the Leopard-compatible version of GrowlMail. If you want to try it out check out the link below. If you have any issues that you want to report be sure to go to the GrowlMail Beta discussion thread and post there.