Mar 25, 2006

Jesse Sullivan powers robotic arms with his mind

CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) -- It's Sunday night, and my wife and I are watching "The Sopranos." This is appointment television. No calls, please.


"For some reason, I made contact with a live wire in the ground," he told me.

"How much electricity did your body take in?" I asked.

"Seven-thousand two-hundred volts," Jesse said. That's enough to power homes for 9,000 to 10,000 customers, he said, adding a bad shock -- enough to make you jump -- would be around 120 volts.