Researchers in China have produced a system to control a quad-rotor drone with the mind
In order to control the drone, one must first learn some commands
The mind-controlled drone shows a remarkable level of stability and maneuverability
The researchers dreamed up a "boxing match" which pitted two drones against each other, one controlled by the mind and the other piloted with a remote
Researchers based at Zhejiang University in China have produced a system for controlling a quad-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle with the mind. Dubbed "Flying Buddy 2", the system uses a standard, commercially-available Electroencephalogram (EEG) headset, a computer and a Parrot AR Drone. The computer processes the data received from the EEG and converts it into control commands which are beamed to the drone via a Wi-Fi connection.
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