Perrikaryal is a popular streamer who has attracted a lot of attention from the community, because in her transmissions she usually plays various titles only with her mind. No, this is not a joke. The also researcher and psychologist resorted to science to be able to control her favorite games without the need for a controller.
Previously, she tested a curious experiment to play ELDEN RING with just her mind. Now, he applied it to Halo Infinite and the results surprised gamers. The streamer is able to aim, shoot and move without relying on her hands or a controller.
Player controls Master Chief with her mind and shows off his abilities
To make her unusual gameplays possible, Perrikaryal uses an electroencephalogram and technology to track the movements of her face. In this way he can dispense with a conventional controller and instead control the game with his mind.
His head acts as a gyroscope that allows him to move. In addition, he uses eye trackers to control his sights and be able to aim at his opponents. Finally, the electroencephalogram detects his brain activity and thus controls his gunshots.
Perrikaryal confessed that his experiment is not perfect, as some actions of the games still cannot be executed easily and, in addition, the electroencephalogram has some limitations that prevent him from doing whatever he wants at will.
Because of this, the streamer already has another challenge in front of her to improve her control system. This week she will play Minecraft in the same way, a title that will test her experiment due to its complexity and the large number of menus it has.
“There are still always comments about how this must be fake, but that just serves to show me how exciting and innovative this actually is. There is still so much to improve and add," said the streamer. Below you can watch a video showing her in action:
Twitch streamer @perrikaryal is now using her brain to kill people in Halo...— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) September 10, 2023
Her head is a gyro for movement, she uses an eye tracker for aiming, and an EEG uses her brain activity to shoot pic.twitter.com/veTR1XkfeW