Honeywell develops mind control for airplanes
from FLYING Magazine
Santosh Mathan, an engineer with Honeywell Aerospace, has developed what seems to delve into the realm of total science fiction — a system that allows a person to fly an airplane using only his or her thoughts. WIRED's Jack Stewart had an opportunity to try the system in a King Air C90 and was visibly shaken by the experience. What Mathan calls the "brain-computer interface" works through a cap loaded with tiny electrodes that are pushed into the scalp with conductive gel.
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