Scientists link three human brains together, force them to play Tetris
The ability to read someone else's mind is a staple of science fiction and superhero plot lines dating back decades, but it's obviously never been close to reality. A new study by a team of neuroscientists using a tool they dub "BrainNet" doesn't change that, but it does take us one tiny step closer, and that's pretty cool.
The team, which has submitted their work in a paper awaiting publishing, describes how they managed to connect the brains of three different people and allowed them to communicate without seeing each other or speaking a single word.
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