WASHINGTON (Reuters) – An American-made bicycle, a bike that can ride on a wall and can be ridden by humans and robots, is the winner of a new competition to help scientists understand how the brain uses mirrors to perceive the world.

The “mirror exercise” is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and is intended to spur innovation in new ways to understand the brain and how it perceives the world, including how it uses different visual fields for different tasks.

It is also aimed at improving our understanding of how the body works.

The challenge was created by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine and the University of Michigan, and was unveiled this month at the American Physical Society meeting in San Francisco.

It uses an iPad-style touchscreen and includes a camera to record brain activity from the brain’s frontal lobe.

It works by tracking a person’s gaze as they move their head, then measuring the movement’s direction using electrodes placed in the brain.

The researchers found that people’s eyes move in the same way as they do when they are looking at a mirror.

That means they cannot tell which eye is in front of them.

The brain then determines which eye has the better position.

Researchers found that using this method, they could use a simple, low-cost mirror to detect the location of the brain on a person sitting on a couch.

The mirror is made from a plastic film and a cheap plastic frame that has a hole punched through the middle.

The device can be used for three different tasks, such as to help someone read a map or to tell a robot from a human where to place its head when it is looking at them.

They can also be used to detect changes in the way light bounces off objects or to track how someone reacts to certain types of visual stimuli.

Researchers also found that the brain is capable of creating a mental image of the location where the brain was previously looking, based on the person’s eye movements.

This is not just the first time this type of technique has been used.

This is also the first demonstration of an individual’s ability to see in front or behind the head, the researchers said.

It is a type of “fusion” imaging technique that uses two separate cameras, which then combine to create a three-dimensional image.

In the past, this type has been demonstrated in studies of rats.

Researchers have previously shown that using a robotic arm to do the same task in humans has led to improvements in a range of neurological and psychological disorders.

Researchers have also shown that the ability to perceive mirrors is very similar to what happens when a person sees a mirror in the world around them.

That may be because people who are born blind are much more likely to see a mirror when it looks like a human face than when it appears to be a mirror, said John McGovern, an assistant professor of neuroscience at the University at Buffalo who led the project.

The team says this kind of mirror-related information is particularly important in human vision because it allows us to accurately assess the health of the eyes.

It also gives us an idea of how many healthy areas in the eye are being damaged.

“It is the basis for the use of the fMRI technology to study human vision,” said study co-author David Schwinn, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at the UW.

The mirror-induced changes in brain activity also help explain how the brains of people who use wheelchairs are more sensitive to certain stimuli than people who don’t, said McGovern.

The research was published online by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.