By Mark O’Neill
A Taiwanese electronics company has launched a product called the iMind which allows you to control your iPod by letting it read your mind.
You can change tracks and increase / decrease the volume with facial movements. You would activate the shuffle feature with your eyebrows and just thinking about a particular artist / song would be enough to create your own playlist. Which would be pretty embarrassing if you have any secret musical favourites. Imagine sharing your iPod with your partner and suddenly Orville starts playing.
Plus imagine walking along the street twitching your cheek or wriggling your eyebrows. People would think you’re having a stroke.