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Brazilian researchers have developed a wheelchair that can be controlled through small facial, head or iris movements. The team at Faculdade de Engenharia Elétrica e de Computação da Universidade Estadual de Campinas (FEEC/Unicamp) says the technology could help people with cerebral palsy, those who have suffered a stroke or live with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and other conditions that prevent precise hand movements. 386 more words
In the future, if you want to go somewhere or have your robot do something, you might only have to think about it.
The University of Florida held a race April 22 which it called the first drone race controlled by the thoughts of the pilots. 261 more words
Drone races are nothing new. But while they started as an ad-hoc activity within the drone community, the sport has now taken on a life of its own with… 254 more words
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” Wearing black headsets with tentacle-like sensors stretched over their foreheads, the competitors stare at cubes floating on computer screens as their small white drones prepare for takeoff.