New Microchip Interfaces With Your Brain

Posted by on August 13th, 2010

Scientists at the University of Calgary have used a specific type of microchip called a neurochip to allow doctors to monitor the brain waves of victims of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.

While the chips aren’t quite ready to replace your Gravis Gamepad, researchers hope they will eventually let patients control symptoms and doctors to monitor the brain’s reaction to new treatments.

[CBC News]

One Response to “New Microchip Interfaces With Your Brain”

  1. Josh Bulloc Says:

    Could we use these to control other people’s brains?

    Josh Bulloc
    Kansas City, MO