The PXP bike is a revolutionary carbon-fiber bicycle concept that will allow you to change gears with your mind. Although it doesn't actually mean that all cycles will soon do away with physical switches, it does pave the way for more uses of brain-controlled products.
Developed by Parlee Cycles for the Toyota Prius Concept Bike Project, the PXP bike features a helmet equipped with neurotransmitters that read a wearer's brainwaves and a wireless transmitter attached to the bike's seat post. These two parts allow the rider to control his or her bike through brainwaves. This system was engineered by Deeplocal.
I like that the PXP bike actually looks like a bicycle and not so much like a futuristic vehicle.
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