The science and technology behind controlling a quadcopter with just your brainwaves.
We’ve discussed thought control using EEGs before, but this video does a pretty good job of breaking things down to the core principles.
Students at the University of Minnesota Biomedical Engineering Department were able to steer this flying robot, controlling it in a number of different directions, using just a brain-computer interface.
Researchers hope that someday this technology will enable those crippled by neurodegenerative diseases to regain control of their limbs.
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