Well I don’t know if it’s STUPID, but it’s definitely odd. It mixes technology, sensors and your ability to keep it cool in weird situations.
Here’s how it works…
Engadget.com — The idea of the “try not to get mad/annoyed” challenge is that participants film themselves watching a video on YouTube designed to be as anxiety-inducing as possible. Of course, the entire thing is on the honor system, with the kids self-reporting how they feel, leaving the opportunity to either exaggerate their response for the camera, or suppressing it in order to “win.” Hasbro’s made the feedback less subjective by throwing a bit of tech into the mix — the person trying to keep their cool has to wear a plastic headband that measures their heart rate. If it goes too high — right off the meter, in fact — then you lose the round.
Maybe. I MIGHT give this a try. Could be a really fun drinking game. Like “The Internet Drinking Game” but more based off of stress.
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— The Middle Show with Darren Worts