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Blindfolded humans steered by remote control

Artificial electric currents guide walkers round obstacles.

Researcher Richard Fitzpatrick steers a blindfolded subject. Credit: Credit Richard Fitzpatrick

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  1. FitzpatrickR., et al. Curr. Bio., 16. 1509 - 1514 (2006).

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Van Noorden, R. Blindfolded humans steered by remote control. Nature (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/news060807-3

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