Nissan's car of the future will read your brain waves to make driving fun

The driver still turns the wheel, but the car anticipates those movements and begins the actions 0.2-0.5 seconds sooner

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The world's biggest carmakers and technology companies are spending billions of dollars to perfect your ability to drive without thinking. Nissan Motor Co is taking a different direction -- trying to "decode" your thinking so hands-on driving is more fun.  The Japanese company will unveil and test its "brain-to-vehicle" technology at next week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The "B2V" system requires a driver to wear a skullcap that measures brain-wave activity and transmits its readings to steering, acceleration and braking ...