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Experiment setup. (a) Overview of the BBI system. In the brain control sessions, EEG signal was acquired and sent to the host computer where the motor intent was decoded. The decoding results were then transferred into control instructions and sent to the stimulator on the back of the rat cyborg with preset parameters. The rat cyborg would then respond to the instructions and finish the task. For the eight-arm maze, the width of each arm was 12 cm and the height of the edge was 5 cm. The rat cyborg was located in the end of either arm at the beginning of each run. And preset turning directions were informed vocally by another participant when a new trial started. (b) Flowchart of the proposed brain-to-brain interface.

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"A group of 'biohackers' in Germany has implanted LED lights under their skin.

The men each had a Northstar V1 chip - which is about the size of a large coin - implanted into their hands.

The chip features a ring of LED lights and is designed to be able to light up tattoos from beneath the skin, emulating the bioluminescence of jellyfish.

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A group of 'biohackers' in Germany has implanted LED lights under their skin. The men each had a Northstar V1 chip - which is about the size of a large coin - implanted into their hands

The 15 minute surgical procedure was offered by Pittsburgh-based Grindhouse Wetware which claims to use 'safe' technology to create cyborgs.

It was carried out by Swedish tattoo artist, Jowan Österlund, over the weekend at the German city's Cyborg Fair."

 

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