EEG is almost a century old, and it's creeping out of the research lab. Headsets embedded with electrodes to read electrical activity in the brain are commercially available, and designers are using that information for all sorts of purposes.
The movie Anonymous directed by Roland Emmerich opens this week. Except for the heavy use of computer-generated images, it's nothing like his previous disasteramas – The Day After Tomorrow, Independence Day and 2012.
Bus-driving pigeons and missing stuffed animals made children's author and illustrator Mo Willems a hit among the playground set. Now a musical based on his book, Knuffle Bunny, is set to open at the Kennedy Center in May. Produced by Mark Anderson.
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