InteraXon has created a custom installation for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics which will allow participants to control the lights at major Landmarks in Ontario using thought alone.

InteraXon is a Toronto-based company that makes thought-controlled products. They have created a custom installation for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics which will allow participants to control the lights at major Landmarks in Ontario using thought alone.

Covering a distance of over 3000 km, InteraXon's Bright Ideas project will let people in Vancouver use the power of their minds to shift light displays on Toronto’s CN Tower, Ottawa’s Parliament Buildings, and at Niagara Falls.

They explain how it works:

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