DARPA’s New Mission: To Create A Mind Control Helmet For Soldiers

DARPA’s New Mission: To Create A Mind Control Helmet For Soldiers

A science fiction-like technology that uses ultrasound to control the mind could soon be a reality.

Naresh Kumar
  • 13 september 2010

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or DARPA as it is commonly known, is developing a new technology that will allow soldiers to manipulate their brains’ functions. The transcranial pulsed ultrasound device will be implanted in battle helmets and will enable troops to improve their alertness, relieve battle stress and reduce the effect of brain injuries by simply flipping a switch.

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