The article discusses the development of video game controllers that use a player's emotional and physiological states to help them shape and navigate their virtual worlds, called "affective gaming." Topics include an overview of how video games can tell what individuals are feeling and the development of affective video games and hardware by various researchers, such as affective gaming researcher Lennart Nacke at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. INSET: Will Kinect track our emotions?.
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