Straight from “Oh my GOD!” territory comes this story from Popular Science magazine, detailing nekomimi (lit. “cat ears”) that rise and flatten out on command from human brainwaves. A video is posted after the break.
Note: It’s nekomimi. neko = cat
Incidentally, the first thing I thought of was:
Tabane Shinonono, genius inventor and all-around flake of the series Infinite Stratos.
They alter to reflect her mood.
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