Students Develop a Way to Pilot Drone With Brainwaves

Students Develop a Way to Pilot Drone With Brainwaves

Marvin Andujar and Chris Crawford, two PhD students from University of Florida, developed a way to pilot a drone with brainwaves.  


The system works like this: We mount a device on your head called a Brain-Computer interface and your brain, when you’re thinking about things produces electrical signals. Imagine it like brainstorms. We’re collecting those brainstorms and patterns that are firing off from the neurons in your brain and are figuring out what you are thinking based off that information.
— Chris Crawford