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News and Updates Friday 5 September 2014 13:29

The First Signals sent through internet connect brain of 1 person to another

1st human brain-to-brain interface conducted, say researchers American researchers say they’ve performed what they believe is the first ever human-to-human brain interface, where one person was able to send a brain signal to trigger the hand motions of another person

American researchers say they’ve performed what they believe is the first ever human-to-human brain interface, where one person was able to send a brain signal to trigger the hand motions of another person.

"It was both exciting and eerie to watch an imagined section from my brain get translated into actual action by another brain," said Rajesh Rao, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Washington, in a statement.

Previous studies have done brain-to-brain transmissions between rats and one was done between a human and a rat.

Rao was able to send a brain signal through the internet – utilizing electrical brain recordings and a form of magnetic stimulation – to the other side of the university campus to his colleague Andrea Stocco, an assistant professor of psychology, triggering Stocco’s finger to move on a keyboard.

"The internet was a way to connect computers, and now it can be a way to connect brains," said Stocco. "We want to take the knowledge of a brain and transmit it directly from brain to brain."

On Aug. 12, Rao sat in his lab with a cap on his head. The cap had electrodes hooked up to an electroencephalography machine, which reads the brain’s electrical activity. Meanwhile, Stocco was at his lab across campus, wearing a similar cap which had a transcranial magnetic stimulation coil place over his left motor cortex – the part of the brain that controls hand movement.

Rao looked at a computer and in his mind, he played a video game. When he was supposed to fire a cannon at a target, he imagined moving his right hand, which stayed motionless. Stocco, almost instantaneously, moved his right index finger to push the space bar on the keyboard in front of him.


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