"Scott Ziv, meanwhile, worked on a game called Forest of Zoron. It uses a headset that can read players’ brain waves. When users cast spells in the game, they become more or less powerful based on how hard the player concentrates on the target.
Forest of Zoron is a little buggy, Ziv admits, but he was still excited to be experimenting with VR.
'It’s kind of ahead of its time because the phones aren’t powerful enough to do everything all at once,' Ziv said. 'But the idea is there, programing is there. We’re just waiting for the technology to catch up.'"