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Translate electrical biosignals of your body directly into computer commands and take advantage of total immersion into game play with the nia!
The headband uses carbon nanofiber-based sensors to provide the highest possible dynamic range for the recording of bioelectrical signals that are amplified and digitized into computer commands/
Become Your Character
Streaming biopotentials into the computer and witnessing real-time feedback through the game will result in a novel way to experience virtual reality. Enter a virtual world where abstractions like keyboard commands are replaced by intentions converted into tensions and translated into command structures.
Where others have to practice reaction times, you can use reflex-based game play to get the better of your opponents by cutting your reaction time by 50%.
The innovative nia is like no other input device
Have worked with it for hours on end on. Grounded it and gronded me and all those trick they said. I think its a bunch of nonsense can't get it to anything but move when I move... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dudley Hallstead
Doesn't work, the product software uses STICK FIGURES to help practice with a piece of hardware that only works by technicality.Published on November 29, 2011 by Ras
After about two weeks of messing with this I only really got my character to move unsteadily forward, and was able to turn the character to the left slowly and unsteadily with... Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by LJVanArnam
I bought this about a week ago, and I plugged it into my computer and it worked as well as one could expect. I went through the calibration screens and everything was working fine. Read morePublished on March 19, 2011 by Perpetual Notion
I'm not going to lie about the NIA -- it's extremely difficult to learn to use. It's not like learning a new method, though, or getting used to a new control scheme... Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Anonymous
I got the NIA and tried it for a week or so and I was unimpressed with the control capabilities. Sure it improved click speed and possible reflex time, but the glance mechanism... Read morePublished on November 11, 2009 by Luke W
I bought this for my friends. I only test it for several minutes. Unfortunately, it is not very sensitively even for the test programs accompanied with this product.Published on March 18, 2009 by Jianxing Feng