What if you could control someone else's mind?  Would you believe it's now possible?

Two researchers at the University of Washington believe they're the first to make it happen.

What they accomplished they refer to as "noninvasive human to human brain interface."

How it works is one of them, wearing a cap hooked up to electrodes, uses his mind to play a video game - making the other researcher wearing a magnetic coil across campus involuntarily tap a computer key.

The two are quick to point out, however, that the project only works if both subjects are open to such experimentation.

And they admit they have a long way to go before it can be used in a more practical manner - but they say what they did is a good start.