Interesting Methods of User Input

After my talk with Jaygo, I decided to collect some quick ideas on ways the user could interact with my creation through the use of sensory data:


References if I want to use the Muse:


YouTube videos for EEGs:

Muse Headset Teardown (technical disassembly and explanation of components and uses)





Arduinos (quick small cost effective method of creating devices that can perform these ‘live input tasks I’m thinking about and can communicate with Unity):





  • Involves arduino, coding and soldering




Other sensory/bodily data input manipulation techniques:



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