There may be an answer for people suffering from traumatic brain injuries. It's a device called a brain-machine-brain interface — and it has the potential to revolutionize the way brain damage is treated in humans.
What’s cooler than a quadrotor? How about one that can be controlled by human thought alone?
Researchers from France and Japan have taken us one step closer to an Avatar-like future by developing a robot that can be controlled by thought alone. While it's primarily intended for severely paralyzed people, there's no doubt that this technology will eventually be used by pretty much everyone else — whether it…