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Honda Robot Controlled By Brain Waves 137

Dotnaught writes "Honda researchers to have developed a way to control robots using human brain waves. Using brain signals read from a person in a magnetic resonance imaging scanner, a robotic hand mirrored the movement of the human controller, spreading its fingers and making a 'V' sign."
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Honda Robot Controlled By Brain Waves

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