Brain Powered Robot

On the floor of a Northeastern University laboratory, a squat circular robot darts across the floor in seemingly erratic movements. First right, then left and then it comes to an abrupt stop.

A student researcher controls the robot using signals produced by his visual cortex, the part of the brain that allows him to see. That's right, a researcher uses his brain to directly control the robot's movements.


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