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Defense Technology And Games 'Biofeedback' Software To Track Human Emotions

We are used to playing video games that use a certain degree of logic to track our in-game movements and blast us away to make us lose a life. Now though... software is now being created adapt to users’ emotional states in real-time including mammalian conditioned-fear response mechanism.
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