There are future plans to enable multi-directional control, but in its present incarnation signals sent from the brain can only be used to lift the helicopter off the ground. "When you concentrate, up it goes; when you mentally relax, it comes back down again," explains Cattelotti. Aside from its obvious entertainment value, Puzzlebox are pitching the Orbit as an educational toy that will help improve concentration and relaxation skills. According to Cattelotti, the art of keeping mentally focused is inherently difficult to master. "If you're learning how to ride a bike, there's a very obvious, physical indication when you improve --you stop falling off," says the 34-year-old computer science graduate. "It's much harder to know when you're concentrating properly and, to a lesser extent, relaxing, because there is little scope for accurate, real-time feedback." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2237982/Just-time-Christmas-The-brain-powered-helicopter-offering-genuine-blue-sky-thinking.html"
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