Direct Communication

Recently UW Scientists demonstrate direct brain-to-brain communication between humans, bypassing the need for language.   Watch the video…

In the above photo, UW students Darby Losey, left, and Jose Ceballos are positioned in two different buildings on campus as they would be during a brain-to-brain interface demonstration. The sender, left, thinks about firing a cannon at various points throughout a computer game. That signal is sent over the Web directly to the brain of the receiver, right, whose hand hits a touchpad to fire the cannon.   Credit UW

University of Washington (UW) researchers successfully conducted a direct brain-to-brain connection between pairs of students over the internet by ‘transmitting signals from one person’s brain to another’ to directly govern the motions of the receiving person’s hand.

Brain Communication

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