A video published online Tuesday shows a neuroscientist demonstrate "how to control someone else's arm with your brain."
Neuroscientist Greg Gage asks two volunteers on stage to demonstrate how it's possible as part of a recent TED talk he delivered.
"It's not a parlor trick; it actually works," the TED video's description said on YouTube. "You have to see it to believe it."
Gage attaches electrodes to one woman's arm and measures the signals sent from her brain to make her arm move. He then attached electrodes to another man's arm. The signals sent from the woman's brain are then sent to the man's arm. The audience watches in awe as she is able to control his arm with her brain.
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