Mind-Controlled Drones Being Developed Thanks To The Porn Industry

San Antonio, Texas –Two graduate students at the University of Texas in San Antonio have made a breakthrough that could revolutionize the way unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAV’s, are used. Namely, Prasanna Kolar and Mauricio Merino have worked together to enable a drone to hover in mid-air, controlled only by a thought.

So far, they had to settle for controlling it with a cellphone app, but their efforts are well under way, which was demonstrated by the drone humming away in the middle of a research lab on campus, with Merino concentrating very hard with sensors placed all over his head.

What surprises the most is the fact that one would expect this kind of research to interest the government and military immensely, with the potential uses of such drones, and all. Then again, the University of Texas’s two spanking new, powerful EEG’s, or electroencephalograms, which are meant to enable a better research process, were purchased thanks to a $400, 000 grant by the Defense Department.

But, what no one saw coming in their wildest dreams is the fact that the porn industry would be the single largest funder of such research!
One of the largest pornographic publishers in the country (who specifically requested to remain anonymous), saw to it that the electrical and computer engineering department of the Texas University receives a contract worth $300, 000 in the area of UAV brainwave control.

The porn industry officials say that “the new policy has been set forth by the entire industry because of the recent pressure of mostly camera men and also other supporting staff who are experiencing great discomfort during the making of X-rated movies…one of the main problems is the fact that camera and audio personnel is constantly on “the line of fire” and their working conditions are becoming increasingly difficult”.

It would appear that the pornographic industry is one of the first to actually listen to its employees. “Shooting porn with mind-controlled drones certainly isn’t what we initially had in mind, but when I think about it, it could prove to be a good testing ground for later”, Kolar added.

Well, at least the audience will like it.