Controlling Drones With Your Mind
Controlling drones with your mind could be the wave of the future.A University of Florida research team has developed a drone controlled by brain waves.The engineering doctoral students use a helmet-like device to record electrical signals coming from your brain. The more you concentrate, the more of certain brain waves detected, sent to laptop via bluetooth. The device analyzes the data and then allows you to control the drone’s movements with your thoughts.The researchers say they want to use this technology to help others.
BBC’s respondent watches the brain-controlled drone get given its first public outingA drone specialist in Portugal demonstrates a flight controlled by human brainwaves, and suggests a future of large-scale unmanned flying.
At Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. on April 15 Intelligence Studies students demonstrate a drone piloted by mind control at the first Tech Expo hosted by the Information Technology dept. of The Tom Ridge School of Intelligence Studies and Information Science.