BrainDriver: A Mind-Controlled Car

BrainDriver: A Mind-Controlled Car
Design

Using off-the-shelf parts to control an autonomous Volkswagen Passat, the car responds to rudimentary commands like left, right, accelerate, decelerate, and stop.

Ishmael Vasquez
  • 2 march 2011

Raul Rojas and his artificial intelligence team at the Free University of Berlin, have created a car that uses a Emotiv’s mind-reading EPOC headset (usually used for gaming) as the key component in their BrainDriver project.

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