Not for human brains (at least not yet), but the startup company in Cambridge, MA has developed prototype wireless devices that control brain cells of mice using pulses of light. The devices get their power from a wireless charger and are designed to induce movement or other physical behavior changes in the mice. While these gadgets don't yet have the capability to collect data from the subject's brain and relay that out to a receiver, this too is in the company's future plans.
- Startup Makes Wireless Router for the Brain
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