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Thought-controlled wheelchair in Japan

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Uploaded on Jun 29, 2009

Researchers at Toyota and Japan's Riken have developed a brain-control system for a wheelchair. The system analyzes thought patterns and translates them into wheelchair movement in a fraction of a second. More videos at www.networkworld.tv

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