Researchers have now found a way to connect our brains together via the internet. The stuff of sci-fi movies is becoming reality. Experiments from the University of Washington have shown that brains can communicate across distance when connected up to the experimental equipment which is used in electroencephalography (measuring brain activity from the scalp).
A simple experiment was carried out University of Washington where researcher Rajesh Rao, left, played a computer game with his mind. Connected up across campus, researcher Andrea Stocco, carried out the commands instructed by Rajesh by involuntarily pressing keys on a computer keyboard.
Read on to find out the implications of this fascinating research.