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How to get it: Electroencephalogram (EEG) technology
Who makes it: Neurosky
Superhero with this power: Jean Grey
Psychokinesis is child's play, or at least Mattel (MAT) saw it that way. Mattel's Mindflex allows players to move a ball around an obstacle course with their minds by reading brain waves, using ThinkGear technology developed by Neurosky. Another Neurosky device, MindWave, reads movie watchers' minds to adjust the plot, like a psychic choose-your-own adventure narrative.