These Necomimi ears are made by Neurowear, a company in Japan. (Honestly, where else could these kind of stuffs be invented? ONLY IN JAPAN! )
Taking “kawaii-ness” to a whole new level, depending on the signals decoded by the built-in brainwave sensors, the ears can twitch, wriggle, stand up, lay down, and . . . well, you know what, a picture worth a thousand words and a video worth a thousand pictures, just watch the video.
What are you waiting for? If you are one of those anime otaku people who love furry cuteness, hurry and buy a few of these for yourselves and/or your life-size dolls girlfriends!!! And pray that she's not an extreme feminist.
Last edited by Digilodger; May 6th 2011 at 05:13 AM.
Re: New Cat Ears Can Read Brainwaves and Acts as a Furry Mood Rings -
May 12th 2011, 03:31 AM
Often I lie wide awake, thinking of things I could make.
But I donít seem to have the parts to build them.
I am so scared of what will kill me in the end, for I am not prepared.
I hope I will get the chance to be someone, to be human.
But if this improves, not only can it be a funny fashion trend, it can be useful for people disabilities in communicating. Also, for cyclists on roads, perhaps a modified version of this could be used to signal which way they'll turn instead of arm signals.
I can rip you off, and steal all your cash, suckerpunch you in the face, stand back and laugh. Leave you stranded as fast as a heart-attack.
- Danko Jones (I Think Bad Thoughts)