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In a development that will allow even physically disabled people become a gamer, British researchers claim to have developed a revolutionary and affordable computer game which could be played with the blink of an eye. ‘Pong’ is an open source adaptation created by the researchers at the Imperial College London where a player can move a bat to hit a ball as it bounces around the screen using their eye. To play the game, the user wears special glasses containing an infrared light a webcam that records the movement of one eye. The webcam is linked to a laptop where a software syncs the player’s eye movements to the game, Journal Science said.

Dr Aldo Faisal, the team’s supervisor from the Department of Computing and the Department of Bioengineering, said, “Remarkably, our team have created this piece of neurotechnology using bits of kit that you can buy in a shop, such as webcams.” The game that they have developed is quite simple, but we think it has enormous potential, particularly because it does not need lots of expensive equipment. The teams said that the prototype game is very simple but the technology behind it could be adapted to create more sophisticated games and applications such as wheelchairs and computer cursors controlled by eye movements.

They said, one of the major benefits of the new technology is that it is inexpensive, using off-the-shelf hardware and costing approximately 25 pound to make, while eye movement systems that are currently used to study the brain and eye motion cost around 27,000 pounds. “We hope to eventually make the technology available online so anyone can have a go at creating new applications and games with it and we are optimistic about where this might lead,” Faisal said.

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A team of scientists has suggested that the Earth might might be on the threshold of entering a new geological epoch, which might include the sixth largest mass extinction in the Earth’s history. The scientists include Jan Zalasiewicz and Mark Williams from the University of Leicester Department of Geology; Will Steffen, Director of the Australian National University’s Climate Change Institute and Paul Crutzen the Nobel Prize-winning atmospheric chemist of Mainz University.

The scientists propose that, in just two centuries, humans have wrought such vast and unprecedented changes to our world that we actually might be ushering in a new geological time interval, and alter the planet for millions of years. Zalasiewicz, Williams, Steffen and Crutzen contend that recent human activity, including stunning population growth, sprawling megacities and increased use of fossil fuels, have changed the planet to such an extent that we are entering what they call the Anthropocene (New Man) Epoch.

First proposed by Crutzen more than a decade ago, the term Anthropocene has provoked controversy. However, as more potential consequences of human activity – such as global climate change and sharp increases in plant and animal extinctions – have emerged, Crutzen’s term has gained support. Currently, the worldwide geological community is formally considering whether the Anthropocene should join the Jurassic, Cambrian and other more familiar units on the Geological Time Scale. The scientists note that getting that formal designation will likely be contentious.

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