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2009-07-13 06:00:00

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Uncle Milton Industries, a leading manufacturer of science and nature exploration toys, and NeuroSky, Inc., the leader in Consumer Brain-Computer Interface technologies, announce an exclusive partnership to develop science toys and games utilizing NeuroSky's ThinkGear(TM) technology. The first product of this partnership, the STAR WARS Force Trainer, was introduced to the market earlier this year at Toy Fair and will be available to consumers...

2009-03-26 08:01:00

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroSky, Inc., a bio-sensor technology company in Silicon Valley, announces today the launching of the MindSet(TM), a brainwave-reading (EEG) and mental state translational technology for a wireless Bluetooth(R) headset that operates with most personal computer (PC) products. With two earlier toy companies announcing products in January, 2009, the Mattel Mindflex(TM) and the Uncle Milton Force Trainer(TM) (under a Lucas Licensing deal), both...

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2007-04-29 15:00:00

By RACHEL KONRAD SAN JOSE, Calif. - A convincing twin of Darth Vader stalks the beige cubicles of a Silicon Valley office, complete with ominous black mask, cape and light saber. But this is no chintzy Halloween costume. It's a prototype, years in the making, of a toy that incorporates brain wave-reading technology. Behind the mask is a sensor that touches the user's forehead and reads the brain's electrical signals, then sends them to a wireless receiver inside the saber, which lights up...


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