Control a car with your thoughts—it’s therapeutic

Published: May 19, 2006
Category: News

USC CCT technologies at work. A soldier in a Humvee scoots across the desert, warily eyeing the vast, empty plain. A fire appears on the horizon, driving smoke high into the sky. The soldier is alert but calm. There is a rumbling noise, then the rat-a-tat-tat of gunfire from Iraqi insurgents.
Suddenly, the soldier flinches and the scene disappears — quieted by a keystroke. The soldier relaxes and returns to the reality of his therapist’s office.
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