Think carefully about what you want.
I admit that the notion of thought-controlled interfaces or brain-controlled input sounds rather far out. But consumer products have been on the market for a number of years already, some reaching price points below $100.
If you haven’t had a chance to try any such mind-reading devices, you might want to track one down at a trade show or some other venue and give it a thought.
Here's a game for Linux that uses the $100 neuro-input device from NeuroSky. MindLabyrinth works together with the head-worn device to allow simple movements to be thought-in.
Is it time to start taking "mindput" seriously? For device vendors of all kinds, it’s something to think about.