LOOK, NO HANDS! MAN CONTROLS VEHICLE USING HIS BRAIN
A Birmingham man inspired by sci-fi film Wall-E, has created a one- wheeled vehicle, controlled by signals from his BRAIN. 24-year-old inventor, Pretom Chakraborty from Edgbaston, Birmingham, designed portable device Cycoped, which he drives without lifting a finger.
The fascinating new mode of transport is controlled using electrical impulses released by his brain, which are sent to a smart phone via specially adapted bluetooth goggles. The goggles pick up the brain signals, which are sent to an app on the phone, allowing the user to control the Cycoped.