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Cat Ears Controlled by Brain - 09 May 2011
Cat Ears Controlled by Brain - 09 May 2011
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May 08, 2011
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi' at its promotional event...
Tokyo, Japan
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi' at its promotional event...
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011, in this combination picture. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event...
Tokyo, Japan
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event...
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event...
Tokyo, Japan
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event...
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
A visitor tries Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor tries Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo...
A visitor tries Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
A visitor tries Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor tries Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo...
A visitor tries Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011, in this combination picture. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi' flops down as a visitor relaxes when she smells...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi' flops down as a visitor relaxes when she smells...
Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi' flops down as a visitor relaxes when she smells lavender oil at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011, in this combination pictures. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' and the table shows...
Tokyo, Japan
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' and the table shows...
Hanako Miyake demonstrates Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' and the table shows her brainwaves at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
A visitor tries on Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor tries on Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in...
A visitor tries on Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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May 08, 2011
A visitor tries on Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor tries on Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in...
A visitor tries on Japanese research project team Nerowear's 'Necomimi ' at its promotional event in Tokyo May 8, 2011. The strap-on cat ears have abilities to wiggle, twitch, perk up or flop down by responding to user's brainwaves. According to Nerowear, the machine can tell when users are relaxed and concentrate through the two internal brainwave censors on the device which they also have a plan to develop it as a fashion accessory which allows non-verbal communication. The brainwave-controlled cat ears are raised when a user concentrates and flattened when a user relaxes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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