iCandy: Tech in Your Body

Devices that help humans see, drive, and feel better

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Photo: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters
A researcher with the Artificial Intelligence Group at the Freie Universität Berlin is steering this modified Volkswagen Passat with his mind. Bioelectric signals picked up by the wireless neural headset are translated into commands that the BrainDriver software application sends to the car’s drive-by-wire system.

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