Gamers blindly navigate a digital maze with input only from brain stimulation

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This doesn’t seem particularly remarkable. The generation of “phosphenes” isn’t new, right? So it should hardly be notable that someone should be able to make a choice to move forward or down based on whether one was generated.

This seems right down there with the “thought-controlled nanobots” and “direct brain-to-brain communication”. Or even slightly reminiscent of the Atari Mindlink, which allowed game control via the waggling of one’s eyebrows.

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It’s an important step on the road to saving those who have been “locked in”.

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