Mini-copter responds to brain's silent commands

An EEG cap with 64 electrodes allows its wearer to direct the flight of a small helicopter with her thoughts. The robot copter, developed at the University of Minnesota, receives its commands via Wi-Fi, with the signals interpreted by a computer based on electric currents in the subject's brain. It is hoped the device will eventually assist patients with speech and mobility problems.

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