The video (after the break) shows a mind-controlled quadcopter being flown through an obstacle course of balloon rings. This impressive feet was created at the University of Minnesota by engineering professor Bin He. The intent isn't to launch a mind-controlled drone attack, but instead to help disabled people to control things like wheelchairs and/or mechanical limbs.
It is hard to believe that a guy, Brad Edelman, with a funny helmet on can fly a RC Quadcopter with just his thoughts. Cool and scary at the same time.