- An interesting modification appeared Real virtual magic Act Skyrim VRAnd
- Modification requires the use of Muse 2 or Muse S EEG devices,
- These tools measure our level of concentration, and the mod on this basis determines the spell in the game.
Lots of people, including Gabe Newell, believes that the future is handled with a neural interface that allows, among other things, to direct the characters in the games directly using your brain. Now players can check this solution for themselves thanks to the mod Real virtual magic for PC The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR. The project is developed by a medium called Cangar and you can download it from the site Modify Nexus. According to the creator, this is the first case of a virtual reality game with this kind of control.
Fun requires one of two devices Muse 2 lob Muse S.. These bands use electroencephalography (EEG), a non-invasive diagnostic method for studying the brain’s bioelectrical activity. By default, these tools are designed to monitor sleep and aid in meditation. Cangara mod uses the readings of these devices in the format Skyrim VR to cast spells
Real virtual magic It completely replaces the magical system. We can cast spells without restrictions, but their power depends on our concentration, which the Muse detects. A special bar in the interface informs us of its level. If charged at 50%, the spell deals standard damage. Below and above this value, the power of the spell is reduced or increased accordingly.
The mod gives you a glimpse of what the future of the game might look like. This is not a cheap pleasure. The Muse 2 costs 269.99 euros (about 1258 zlotys), and the Muse S 379.99 euros (1770 zlotys). However, these are consumer devices, available to the average user, so for those with the right resources, this is a lot of fun.
Turk Real virtual magic He is a neurobiologist conducting research on the use of EEG in virtual reality at the Technical University of Berlin. The mode allows you to send data to the author that will help him in his work, but it is completely voluntary. All records are made to the user’s hard drive and are not automatically loaded anywhere else. This is also an open source project, so anyone can browse through its code and make sure there’s nothing to suspect it’s hidden there.
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