Tuesday, August 27, 2013
For the first time in human history, Researchers remotely controls colleague's body with brain
In the first demonstration of human brain-to-brain control, a scientist wearing an electrical brain-signal reading cap triggered motion in his colleague across campus.
On Aug. 12, University of Washington researcher Rajesh Rao sent the finger-flicking brain signal to his colleague, Andrea Stocco, in a first demonstration of human-to-human brain control, according to a university announcement.
This is freaky, and imagine someone involuntarily using your body like in Stargate Ra or Falling Skies Alien or in the Independence Day Alien?
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