A couple years ago, I received as a gift "The Journey to Wild Divine," a computer "game" that incorporates three finger sensors that relay biofeedback information to the program, letting you alter objects on the screen by laughing or slowing your breath. I had seen a review for Wild Divine in "Discover" magazine, and was immediately intrigued.
The "game" wasn't much to write home about, mostly a series of various meditation exercises. And I had a little trouble getting the biofeedback to work properly sometimes. All in all, though, I still thought it was a neat program, and I still wonder what else could be accomplished with accessible-to-the-public biofeedback technology.
But sadly, this cool technology was co-opted early on by the New Agey types, in particular woo-master Deepak Chopra. That kinda spoiled my excitement over the technological aspects.
It's been a long time since I've used Wild Divine. Maybe next time I go home I'll dig it out of storage and give it another shot, see if it has any redeeming value.
Gr. Stupid woo.
Does anyone know of a comparable program using biofeedback that isn't hopelessly entangled in pseudoscience?