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Brain-Computer Interface Lets Three People Play Video Games Using Their Minds

News   Jul 02, 2019 | Original story from the University of Washington

 
Brain-Computer Interface Lets Three People Play Video Games Using Their Minds

University of Washington researchers created a method for two people help a third person solve a task using only their minds. Heather Wessel, a recent UW graduate with a bachelor’s degree in psychology (left), and Savannah Cassis, a UW undergraduate in psychology (right) sent information about a Tetris-like game from their brains over the internet to UW psychology graduate student Theodros Haile’s brain. Haile could then manipulate the game with his mind. Credit: Mark Stone/University of Washington

 
 
 

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