More on thought-controlled computer research

The inner workings of the brain can now be read using low cost hardware

You don’t have to be a Jedi to make things move with your mind.

Granted, we may not be able to lift a spaceship out of a swamp like Yoda does in The Empire Strikes Back, but it is possible to steer a model car, drive a wheelchair and control a robotic exoskeleton with just your thoughts.

“We linked the headset to the IBM middleware, and when he pushed the cube on the screen, that behaved like a click of the mouse”

— Kevin Brown, IBM

Read more at the BBC’s Real-life Jedi: Pushing the limits of mind control