The Moment: the first film, the plot of which the viewer can control using brain impulses
Probably because each of us while watching a movie was a situation where the hero on the screen makes blatant stupidity, and we think, 'Well, why? Better would have done so-and-so. " Now imagine that after this hero really takes the decision that you think. Fantasy ? Not at all, because this summer the first film titled The Moment, the plot of which will affect the viewer. And to do this he will be using brain impulses.
The Moment - it's a short sci-fi film lasting 27 minutes, which takes place in the near future, where neurointerfaces widespread. They not only provide quick access to information, but also to produce the surveillance and monitoring of people's thinking. More about the plot is not known, because everything that happens after the strings will control the viewer. The rhythm of the narration, background music, and even the installation - everything can be changed, just thinking about what you would like it.
To implement the director Richard Remchern technology used conventional helmet to record brain activity, similar to the devices for the removal of the electroencephalogram (EEG). devaysa cost does not exceed $ 100. We have already passed the first test screenings of the movie, and if while watching the viewer get bored, the music in the film has changed, and the action switched to the storyline associated with the main character and the main intrigue. Moreover, depending on the viewer (and in this case we are talking about a viewer as a large number of people can not see the motion picture at the same time) changed the scene, their order, and the transitions between them, and the key events took place in different times of history. Of course, to fully branched plot with different types of events do not occur, since this would require a far greater amount and timing of the captured scene. After all, even for a 27-minute picture was captured about 101 trillion of different events and their variations. In any case, this is a very interesting technology, which, if successful, it's frightening to imagine how we can change the usual film industry.