Asimo test

Reporters gather around a Honda Motor Co. employee wearing headgear with codes attached during a demonstration of Honda's new technology linking brain signals with robotics at the Japanese automaker's headquarters in Tokyo. Honda has developed a way to read patterns of electric currents on a person's scalp as well as changes in cerebral blood flow when a person thinks about four simple movements — moving the right hand, moving the left hand, trotting and eating. Honda succeeded in analyzing such thought patterns and then relaying them as wireless commands for Asimo, its human-shaped robot.
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