Researcher’s Brain Controls People's Movements Via The Internet
Experts have successfully connected two human brains on one telecommunications channel.
University of Washington scientists have recently conducted an experiment called ‘Direct Brain-to-Brain Communication In Humans.' One researcher was able to send a brain signal online to control the way another researcher moved his hand, located in another room.
The researchers involved wore hats that contained a ‘magnetic simulation coil,’ which can read and stimulate the brain. They used electroencephalography, or EEG, to record brain activity noninvasively and then stimulated the brain using a technology called transcranial magnetic.