The Aircraft Will Be Operated By Thought
Tests of the system in the simulator are more than successful. One of test people knew absolutely nothing about planes and, most surprisingly, he completed 8 of 10 jobs with deviations of less than 10 degrees. And two more managed to land the plane in conditions of poor visibility.
'In the long-term vision of this project, we aim at to make such flights more accessible to many people. Using mind control operations can be much easier' - says Tim Fricke, engineer of the project called Brainflight.
Brainflight not only allow people to fly, but also significantly reduce the pilot workload, and thus increase the security.