Mad scientists in the UK figured out how to steer humans via remote with so much accuracy, they could steer test subjects through a botanical maze, blindfolded.
How did they do it? The scientists from Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute, University of New South Wales, and University College London electrically stimulated the subjects' semicircular canals. That subtly forced the participants to change paths to maintain balance. The researches see the technology being incorporated into physical therapy, and virtual reality. We can't wait for all the new pranks, and the house-broken zombie hordes.
Article Summary [via Science Daily]