Thought Controlled Car–Brain Drive Has Arrived

May 6, 2011
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This could be scary for me as I might end up in too many wrecks with my thoughts 🙂  By now we have all heard about the Google car that was originally developed by Stanford and continues to rage on.  Their car as I understand is programmed and the new car being researched and developed in Germany takes this up to the next level with using our brains and you know a “combo” car that does both would be nice!  When the brain gets tired, as what happens with mine, just program it to take you home.  Guess what, it’s another Volkswagen too. 

This could be scary for me as I might end up in too many wrecks with my thoughts 🙂  By now we have all heard about the Google car that was originally developed by Stanford and continues to rage on.  Their car as I understand is programmed and the new car being researched and developed in Germany takes this up to the next level with using our brains and you know a “combo” car that does both would be nice!  When the brain gets tired, as what happens with mine, just program it to take you home.  Guess what, it’s another Volkswagen too. 

TED Long Beach-Attendees Get to Take a Ride in the Google Autonomous Car

The link above will show some real people getting a ride this year at the TED convention in Long Beach, CA.  The entire idea though of the brain drive is to perhaps help the handicapped.  BD 

http://in.reuters.com/news/video/story?videoId=204935626&videoChannel=6

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