Thought-Controlled Robot

Add “remote controls” to the big list of things that’ll make you sound crazy to your grandkids.

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have created a flying robot controlled entirely by thought, as well as an electroencephalography cap  studded with sixty-four electrodes that can detect electrical activity from different parts of the brain.

However, simply wearing said cap isn’t enough; students studying under engineering professor Bin He also had to learn how to use thoughts to control things other than themselves.

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