Scientists envision remote-controlled humans

  • It's a disturbing thought: being able to remotely control the way a person moves at the push of a button. But scientists have already managed to do just that - although not with the same repertoire of complex movements as, say, a practiced nine-year-old controlling a toy race car.

    Scientists in Australia, Japan, and the United States are trying to develop more refined ways of stimulating the brain's balance organ - not just to influence movement, but also to create more realistic virtual reality simulations, as well as medical prosthetics to help people with balance disorders.

    Read the complete story here. (Technology Review)

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