Participants wearing an electro-encephalography (EEG) cap are able to control a quadrotor copter with their thoughts.
Technology trains you to lucid dream.
The techno-toupe comes in three varieties, each specially designed to make life a little bit easier for the follically challenged.
The research could lead to brain-machine interfaces that restore mobility to limbs of paralyzed patients.
Mystery barges, floating cities, mind-controlled cars and Bitcoin ATMs are just a handful of the latest technology to surface this week.
This headset scans a wearer's brain waves to determine their interests, then signals a head-mounted iPhone to record five-second GIFs for posterity's sake. Continue reading →
Zac Vawter is the first amputee with a thought-controlled bionic leg.
Recordings of brain activity could help care givers for people with epilepsy recognize when undetected seizures occur. Continue reading →
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