Fly-by-brain with the mind-controlled helicopter
Apr 11, 2013 3:36 PM -
Forget the buttons and joysticks. A company has developed a mind-controlled robo-copter tha takes to the skies with just a little thought.
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Mind-controlled helicopter takes some serious brain power
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