Waterloo Labs has devised a way to play NES games using eye movements. Simply put, it's pretty awesome. Their custom-made setup uses electrodes and a bunch of technical stuff I cannot begin to understand to amplify and redirect the signal to the console.
This is clearly a fun project, but there's much more serious potential for it when you begin to think about disabled gamers, and how the concept could be adapted for them.
It looks like new amiibo models of Rosalina, Wario, and Donkey Kong are likely confirmed
10:17 AM on 02.13.2015
New PBS Digital show Space Time! asks what planet Super Mario World takes place on
4:30 PM on 02.11.2015