Neurological game design utilizes brain wave data, measured with EEG to control digital objects in 3D environments. The mind influences the brain’s function and can be trained to emit low frequency neural signals with significant coherence between the brain’s right and left hemispheres. The brain functions with no conscious effort, but with training, the brain will respond to perform in an optimal state for the task at hand. Continuous brain training may actualize latent capabilities, such as nonverbal communication and self-healing.
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