No, the increase in ADHD over the past decade or so isn't just your imagination. It might even be linked to the food we eat every day. A recent study in the journal Pediatrics claims that children with high levels of exposure to a group of pesticides called organophosphates are nearly twice as likely to end up with ADHD as kids with minimal levels of the pesticides in their urine.
Okay, so it's not really thought-controlled. Instead, the game in question, cleverly named Play Attention, uses EEG measurements taken from a snazzy looking helmet to determine whether the user is paying attention. When the kids' attention is diverted, the game freezes.