A wearable that gives users telekinesis-like abilities aims to let disabled individuals lead more normal lives. The wireless brain-machine interface gives them the power to control an electric wheelchair, interact with a computer or operate a small robotic vehicle – just by using brain signals. This fully portable, wireless, flexible scalp electronic system has been redesigned to give people more freedom without having to wear the traditional bulky hair electrode cap. A wearable that gives users telekinesis-like abilities aims to let disabled individuals lead more normal lives. The wireless brain-machine interface gives them the power to control an electric wheelchair, interact with a computer or operate a small robotic vehicle The redesigned wearable was developed in collaboration with researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Kent and Wichita State University. This new creation uses the power of a deep learning algorithm, combined with nanomembrane electrodes and flexible electronics, allowing for a Bluetooth enabled device.  The redesigned headband was developed with three main components: highly flexible, hair-mounted electrodes that make direct c...