Mitra Mind-Controlled Robot Gets Commands from Human Brainwaves
The slow-moving Mitra is a mind-controlled robot under development, and takes several minutes to accomplish even simple tasks. See a Discovery News video of Mita in Action by visiting this link.
Implications - Removing the bulky interfaces that separate humans and technology should be of utmost importance to companies. Whether or not touch screens, human representatives or mind-control devices are implemented, it's incredibly important to make the interaction between product and customer as smooth as possible.Stats for Real-Life Thoughtbots Trending: Older & Chilly
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