The team of scientists at Harvard Medical School has discovered a successful technique to communicate between two specimens with brain wave.
Sensors on one side pasted on rodents, specifically rat, and on the other side on the man.
The volunteer had a video screen placed in front of him that displayed a flickering pattern of light. If he paid attention to the screen, his brain waves would synchronize with the strobe light. If he looked away, or even if he looked at it while thinking of something else, his brain waves would not synchronize with the light flickers.
When the man focused on the flickering pattern, that action signaled the ultrasound to stimulate the part of the sleeping rat’s brain responsible for moving its body.
Experiment was probably risky, what if it run in the opposite direction - that the human responds to the brain of the rat.