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A remote control that controls humans (English audio)

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Uploaded on Feb 27, 2007

SHORT STORY: REMOTE CONTROL CAN USE ELECTRICAL IMPULSES TO CONTROL HUMAN
MOVEMENT

LONG STORY:
"Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp, a leading provider of telecommunications services in Japan, has developed a prototype of a device that controls the direction of human bipedal movement. A human subject wears a helmet which conducts a low voltage electrical current (eg, painless) into the balance guiding region inside the ear; which causes the head to tilt to the side of the head where electricity is applied. "NTT researchers say they were able to make a person walk along a route in the shape of a giant pretzel using this technique.""
source: http://www.philoneist.com/50226711/re...

***CLIP IS PROPERTY OF DISCOVERY CHANNEL NOT ME!***

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