Chinese scientists have developed the worlds first ‘mind controlled’ car, which was unveiled for the first time on Wednesday.
The creators of the car, Great Wall Motor, say that the vehicle is controlled via a headset with 16 sensors that capture brain signals, analyses them, and translates them into driving instructions.
The team who designed the vehicle claim this is the first time Chinese researchers have controlled a car in this way. Duan Feng, associate professor at the university’s computing and control engineering department, said that there was still some way to go before the technology can be put into production.
“The technology is quite mature, however, there is some room for improvement concerning the car’s electronics, which will make the vehicle more secure, intelligent, and user-friendly,” he said.
The technology could transform driving and help disabled people drive, he added.
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