Re: Scientists control bird's flight

Subject: Re: Scientists control bird's flight
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 01:12:04 +1100
Unlike the human "remote control" shown on Catalyst which tricks
the inner ear into think it's falling away from the desired direction
using external stimulation, the pigeon experiment appears to use
electrodes on a chip to directly stimulate the brain:

(Caution: The photos linked to below, from the Chinese version of
          the story, may disturb some readers.)

   Paul Taylor                           Veni, vidi, tici -
                    I came, I saw, I ticked.

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