Truth Frequency Radio
Aug 27, 2013

John Koetsier , Venture Beat

Usually one brain controls one body. Scientists at the University of Washington have figured out how to make one brain control two bodies.

And no, it’s not science fiction.

One researcher, Rajesh Rao, wore a cap studded with electrodes and hooked up to a electroencephalography machine, which senses electrical activity in the brain. On the other side of the university campus his colleague Andrea Stocco wore a different cap. This one held a transcranial magnetic stimulation coil, and researchers placed it directly over his left motor cortex, which controls hand movement.

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