Control A Drone’s Flight With Your Thoughts

Control A Drone’s Flight With Your Thoughts
Technology

This skullcap reads its wearer's brain activity and uses it to direct flight

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 29 july 2016

Arizona State University researcher Panagiotis Artemiadis, who heads the university’s Human-Oriented Robotics and Control Lab, and his team have developed a skullcap that can be used to control a drone.

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