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It is a mind-reading wheelchair.

I've been interested in this type of technology as my uncle was employed in the 1960s on a top secret program to have military fighter pilots control their planes using the same thought controlling concept.

Other possible applications include a mind-reading robot, or a lie detector test.


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  1. reid on June 30, 2009 3:29 pm

    The Force Trainer (expected to be priced at $90 to $100) comes with a headset that uses brain waves to allow players to manipulate a sphere within a clear 10-inch-tall training tower, analogous to Yoda and Luke Skywalker’s abilities in the Star Wars films.

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