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Thoughts take over: Part 1

Imagine making a machine work, with thought alone, without moving a muscle. James Christopher is at the cusp of delivering an affordable, manageable device to those with severe motor impairment, that enables just that. In the future is the possibility of sophisticated communication, thought to thought, brain to brain, a machine in between. A fascinated Ramya Kannan picks Christopher' brain.



I appreciate your efforts to make it available. However, it would be best if the audio is bit clear.

from:  Suresh
Posted on: Oct 16, 2012 at 14:11 IST
                                    
 
                                     
               

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