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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Controlling Drone Swarms With Your Mind

This Scientist Is Commanding a Swarm of Drones with His Mind

We have to control them before they control us.

Samantha Cole | July 18, 2016

Panagiotis Artemiadis, director of the Human-Oriented Robotics and Control Lab at Arizona State University, developed mind-controlled drone swarms by tracking electrical activity in the brain. When the cap-wearing human pictures the quadcopters doing a task, they respond. One person can control up to four drones this way, with the intention of eventually adding multiple people to control larger swarms.

"ASU researchers are testing the power using the brain to control drones on a small group of them." Source:
"Researchers at ASU used this skull cap with 128 electrodes to control three drones." Source:

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