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star wars force training toy

Mycroft

Active Member
#2
Very interesting reading I intend to read it all the way through. At the end she mentions one of my favorites.

G Edward Griffin - Creature From Jekyll Island A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6507136891691870450#

In the end, we're all working for the machine just like in the Matrix, the only ones living to their full potential are the Indians and Amish. Too bad the Stell Group didn't end up in better shape they had a great ideal too.

The answer barter!

Mycroft
 

LD

New Member
Staff member
#3
My girlfriend got me one of these for my birthday a couple months ago. It's way cool!

The hilarious thing is, when you start doing good and raising the ball up the tube, the voice of Yoda chimes in and says something like, "Mmm Yes. The force is strong with you." Which of course totally breaks your concentration and the ball instantly plummets to the bottom lol. The first time I used it I didn't know it talked. I'm sitting there concentrating real hard with this big thing on my head and all of the sudden Yoda's voice comes out of nowhere telling me that "Calm my mind must be" - scared the heck out me LOL. I nearly died laughing.

So beyond having to concentrate on relaxing to try and hold the ball at a certain level, you have to learn to tune out Yoda and R2-D2 so they don't ruin your run lol. It's good fun :)

LD
 

LD

New Member
Staff member
#4
Mycroft said:
Very interesting reading I intend to read it all the way through. At the end she mentions one of my favorites.

G Edward Griffin - Creature From Jekyll Island A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6507136891691870450#

In the end, we're all working for the machine just like in the Matrix, the only ones living to their full potential are the Indians and Amish. Too bad the Stell Group didn't end up in better shape they had a great ideal too.

The answer barter!

Mycroft

I'm at a loss trying to figure out what this has to do with the topic Tbone started. ???
 

Mycroft

Active Member
#6
Yes, it got cross posted intentionally.

I think the toy is a good idea it is biofeedback with an objective and imagine a lot more fun than my EEG machine.

It must count the frequency pulses cause if you went in a long delta stream someone would have to tell you what the ball did. Maybe the idea is to suppress or use lower frequencies to keep it down and allowing your thoughts allow the ball to rise?

Would be nice if this worked out, I see it also has sensors for the appropriate locations on the head. I also wonder if you need to use the contact gel while playing the game.

Mycroft
 

PJ

Administrator
Staff member
#7
It's probably simpler than that, given the connection -- it's more likely to measure fractional temp shifts in the head than frequency. Given it is a game not a full EEG which is a great deal more complicated.