Although this is the first time we have seen this technology being used to control an aircraft, it is not new. The Emotiv PC gaming headset was released in 2010.
“The Emotiv EPOC headset is being marketed as both a gaming device and as an aid for the disabled. It has 14 EEG electrodes to monitor brain activity, a gyroscope so it knows where you noggin is in space and packs a li-ion battery for 12 hours of use. It is also wireless, and charges via USB.
The headset reads brain activity related to facial movements, and uses this to infer your emotional state and intentions. This is then translated in software to control various applications, from games to photo viewers to an on-screen keyboard. And of course, any application or machine could be made to do anything with the input, from steering a wheelchair to, we guess, firing the weapons systems on a stolen, cold-war era Soviet fighter plane.”
We are witnessing a clear and concise advancement in the trans humanism technology (a term that refers to an evolutionary transition from the human to the post human). Post human as in humans being merged with machinery.
It was just announced this summer that a Russian media mogul was offering Billionaires a “chance to live forever”.
“A Russian media mogul has a message for those elite members of the Forbes’ World’s Billionaires List: By uploading your brain into a robotic avatar, I can help you live forever.
Dmitry Itskov, a 31-year-old Russian media mogul, is the man behind that uber-sci-fi plot. I first broke the news of Itskov’s life-extension plan in February of this year, for a story at Wired.com. “This project is leading down the road to immortality,” he told me at the time. “Nobody wants to die.”
In a nutshell, Itskov’s initiative — called “Avatar” — would work in four phases.
First up is the development of robots that can be controlled by the human mind. After that, and ideally within 10 years, Itskov wants to develop robots that can actually host a flesh-and-blood human brain, via surgical transplant. In twenty years time, things get even more interesting: Itskov anticipates “uploading” the contents of the human brain into a robot, yielding eternal life via artificial body. By 2045, he’d like to replace those ‘bots entirely — with holograms.
Trans humanism and the ability to “live forever” is something the elite families have lusted after for centuries! And I am willing to bet, that if advancements like this are being announced publicly. The agenda is way ahead of what is being slowly brought out to the public.