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Paranoid Movie Watches You Watch It

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If Choose Your Own Adventure books weren’t your go-to in fourth grade there’s something seriously wrong with you. But you’re going to have another chance to dictate the creative process thanks to a movie that chooses its ending based on sensor data from the audience.

Many Worlds is a 15-minute short film that taps into — or at least attempts to tap into — the collective consciousness of a given audience by monitoring the heart rate, muscle tension, skin conductance and brain activity of four volunteer audience members. The movie then shows one of four endings based on how the crowd is responding.

http://www.gizmodo.c...to-your-liking/

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At this time you go to the movies and put on a pair of 3-D spectacles. In the near future you will have to hook up to electrodes apparently.

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Bah. Films are just trying to copy Mass Effect... :D

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At this time you go to the movies and put on a pair of 3-D spectacles. In the near future you will have to hook up to electrodes apparently.

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if you DO have to hook up electrodes, then there's not a cat in hell's chance i'll be watching 'casino royale'

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Bah. Films are just trying to copy Mass Effect... :D

Hopefully they come up with a good ending and don't have to create an alternate ending because fans are so p!ssed off...

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