A brain-controlled movie is out in June 2018! which picks up reactions from the viewer via an electroencephalogram (EEG) headset and switches the storyline depending on their response. 
The film, called ‘The Moment’, has been developed by the University of Nottingham’s computer science PhD researcher and creative director Richard Ramchurn.
It is being officially launched at Sheffield Doc/Fest on June 7.
The film’s storylines sets on the cusp of the Singularity. The story explores 3 narratives in a dystopian future where brain-computer interfaces are both a source of social threat and potential revelation. The film speaks about our present relationships with each other via social media and its facilitation of rise of far right ideologies.