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Connecting the brain to the person: part 2

Part one started, for me, about 4 years ago, when I was invited to interview Captain Cyborg (or Prof Kevin Warwick) at Reading University. It was a fascinating day, and I saw and heard about how he connected probes to mice and men to measure and synthesise brain impulses.

Today I saw part two of the story: Two guys from Backyard Brains build cheap tools to play with neuroscience (yes, play... also for kids!) and this TED video shows, in 5 minutes, what can be done.

If you don't yet have someone in your life that control your every movement, now is your chance!