Monday, June 29, 2009

Thought Controlled Wheelchairs

Toyota would like us to know that they have developed a Brain-Machine Interface that can control a wheelchair for motion and turns.

The robot army squeals in delight.
The brain waves are processed every 125 milliseconds and they're said to be 95% accurate.
This is very disconcerting, because I don't hit 95% accuracy in the things my brain tells my body to do. At least not consistently. And I'm almost 50. There's nowhere to go but down from here.


Thought-controlled wheelchairs: What's next? via Dvice

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