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The brain-to-vehicle tech for CES requires this fancy helmet.

We're just going to skip right past voice commands.


There's a long press release and a video after the jump with scads of information, but it distills to this: controlling machines with your brain. José del R. Millán, a researcher at Switzerland's EPFL, has been developing the technology both for communication and mechanical-control purposes, and Nissan Europe has partnered with the lab with an eye on taking such technology to cars.

Toyota Brain Machine Interface Wheelchair – Click above for high-res image gallery