Niall Firth
Daily Mail
October 28, 2010

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Forget touchscreens, the iPhones and iPads of the future might be controlled by something even more impressive: the human mind.

Scientists have discovered that it is possible to manipulate complex visual images on a computer screen using only a handful of brain cells.

The study, published in Nature, found that when volunteers had their brains connected to a computer displaying two merged images, they could force the computer to display one of the images and discard the other.

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The signals transmitted from each subject’s brain to the computer were derived from just a small number of brain cells.

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