It seems like something from a science fiction movie: a specialized, electronic headband and using your mind to control a robot.

A new study published in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials took a step toward making this a reality. The team produced "dry" sensors that can record the brain's electrical activity despite the hair and the bumps and curves of the head by constructing a specific, 3D-patterned structure that does not rely on sticky conductive gels.

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) researchers have developed biosensor technology that will allow you to operate robots and machines entirely by thought control.

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