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Motoring Cortex Nissan researches mind-over-motor technology

SIMULATOR, STIMULATOR This fellow is sending electroencephalographic signals via his comfy, gelless Bluetooth headset. Those signals show up as a sine wave on a screen and order steering to commence.

Nissan made big, brainy waves at CES by unveiling its brain-to-vehicle research project. If you’ve read recent headlines about people controlling robotic arms or quadcopters simply by thinking about doing so while wearing funny electroencephalography (EEG) caps bristling with

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