A team of researchers at MIT have created a drone that can deliver food to your doorstep using only your brain.
Dubbed AwuDinner, the system uses the brainwaves of an individual to control the drone’s motion and control its movement.
The MIT team created AwuAware to use brainwaves to guide the drone through its flight path.
The team claims the system is 100 percent safe for humans and the team plans to expand the drone beyond food delivery to deliver medical supplies and other goods.
“We can now take a concept from an idea that could potentially revolutionize the delivery industry, and apply it to food delivery,” said Matthew Schumacher, the project’s chief scientist.
The drone can be programmed to carry out a variety of tasks from carrying a package to carrying groceries to delivering a package of food.
“The goal is to get it to do all the different tasks that you need it to perform, to get the right sort of response and the right timing,” Schumachers said.
“I think the ultimate goal is for this drone to take a package, it’s going to deliver it, it’ll deliver it to a specific address, and then it will do a sort of remote delivery.
The remote delivery, I think, is the most important thing.”
The system is designed to deliver food from a local food market to a person’s door.
The system, which uses two small robots, can deliver the package in about 20 minutes.
In addition to the two robots, AwuKit has sensors that measure the movement of the drones, the amount of energy it takes to fly, and the amount the drone can move while it flies.
The robot can fly up to two kilometers in a single minute, which is equivalent to flying a human for a few hours.
The research team has also built a prototype of the system that has a range of up to 100 kilometers.