wow...just wow! (in Links)


Admindudemus [jabberwocky] September 22 2011 10:13 PM EDT

http://www.livescience.com/16190-movies-reconstructed-brain-activity.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Livesciencecom+%28LiveScience.com+Science+Headline+Feed%29&utm_content=Google+Feedfetcher

QBPit Spawn [Abyssal Specters] September 22 2011 10:18 PM EDT

that was (the helping locked-in patients) on a house episode :)

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] September 22 2011 10:24 PM EDT

i may have posted a link to the still photo research a few years back, i remember reading it and being amazed at that time!

it looks like youtube might serve a higher purpose than just entertainment! ; )

Gunny Pew Pew [Red Permanent Assurance] September 23 2011 1:14 AM EDT

Mail me when we can play Centipede with our minds.

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] September 23 2011 7:52 AM EDT

While awesome, the sad reality is that we won't have the technology to 'download' ourselves in my lifetime. :(

Sickone September 23 2011 10:31 AM EDT

Mail me when we can play Centipede with our minds.

That would have been 3 years ago...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotiv_Systems

:)

Sickone September 23 2011 10:33 AM EDT

Oh, and there were several less useful ones available earlier, and more sophisticated ones (cheaper too) available more recently.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_consumer_brain-computer_interface_devices

:P

Sickone September 23 2011 10:36 AM EDT

Umm, yeah, sorry for the inaccuracies in the above text, sort of still not completely awake yet (and I gave up coffee a good while ago) and was posting mostly from my blurry memory :) You'll spot them easily if you read the contents of the links. The links were the more important part anyway. Heh.
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