By: Dan Tynan, Tech Columnist
Image: (“A Clockwork Orange” – IMDB)
Science has yet to invent a device that can read your mind. But that day is coming, and it’s a lot closer than you might think. Using galvanic skin response sensors, electroencephalographs, and cameras that track eye movement and record facial expressions, brain researchers already believe they can tell when you’re fascinated or bored, confused or excited, angry or serene.