Two scientists may have performed the world’s first noninvasive human brain interface

By The Christian Science Monitor
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 20:52 EDT
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Two weeks ago, Professor Rajesh Rao sat in his lab at the University of Washington wearing a cap studded with blue and green electrodes. He thought about pressing the spacebar on his computer keyboard to fire a cannon in a video game. And as he thought that, Andrea Stocco, a colleague sitting in another lab on the university’s campus, involuntarily pressed his own keyboard’s space bar.;

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