What if your video game could read your emotions?

Submitted by Charles on Sat, 05/13/2006 - 15:01.

NPR host of Weekend America Barbara Bogaev with a prototype of the emotion reading glassesSoftware and sensor technology has progressed where in the near future games will be able to sense the emotional state of the player and modify the behavior of the game accordingly. We are on the verge of a new level of man machine interaction according to an interview with Mike Zyda, who heads up the University of Southern California's video game development program.  Weekend America host Barbara Bogaev conducted the interview and is pictured trying out an early prototype of this emotion-reading technology. Click here to listen to the broadcast.

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