posted on Jun, 6 2013 @ 12:09 AM
Originally posted by KingErik
Originally posted by maythetruthbeknown
Now we have all probably seen simple games that can be controlled using your brain. However scientists at Minnesota university have taken it one step
further and are able to control a quadcopter.
Wonderful. You do realize, of course, that this is a two-way process.
You can control a machine with your thoughts, and your thoughts can be controlled by a machine.
I guess, they forgot to mention the latter.
Streetlights. Those machines are everywhere. They make feet do funny things in cars.
Just wait until you play with your brain-copter and you realize, there are no batteries in your headset. One day, it will happen.
I see a dystopia of flying machines with metal talons gripping onto the heads and spines of dead people, eternally connected to their human brain
Actually had a dream of some brain-mapping games for kids, and when the kids gave me the gizmo to map my brain, the lines of thought were all over the
place, and the kids couldn't figure out what to make of it, and they seemed a little scared. Translation: I'm a free thinker and robo kids are
around the corner.
Mom: Johnny, did you plug in today?
Mom: no you didn't the plug is in the same place it was yesterday.
Johnny: no mom I swear I plugged in.
Mom: don't lie to me young man, your govFace page didn't update
Johnny: I was going to do it before bedtime
Mom: no you do it right now I don't want you to to get a thumbs down for not updating daily.
It's all good until the military thinks it has the first in line rights to brains. So we're sort of all in trouble at the present.