Thursday, March 31, 2005

BBC NEWS |Brain chip reads man's thoughts

Reported on the BBC, a paralysed man in the US has been the first to experience a sort-of computer enhanced telekinesis. No use fighting over the TV remote with this guy.

"Mr Nagle's device, called BrainGate, consists of nearly 100 hair-thin electrodes implanted a millimetre deep into part of the motor cortex of his brain that controls movement."


BBC NEWS | Health | Brain chip reads man's thoughts

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