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posted : 2007.Aug.31 @ 3.45am
Out-of-body experience recreated
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/6960612.stm

The researchers say their findings could have practical applications, such as helping take video games to the next level of virtuality so the players feel as if they are actually inside the game.







posted : 2007.Aug.31 @ 3.47am
Teaching computers to read minds
https://www.technologyreview.com/TR35/Profile.aspx?Cand=T&TRID=629

Tan's EEG cap has 32 electrodes that are affixed to the scalp with a conductive gel or paste. When neurons fire, they produce an electrical signal of a few millivolts. Electronics within the device record the voltage at each electrode, relative to the others, and send that data to a computer.

Ultimately, Tan hopes to develop a mass-market EEG system consisting of a small number of electrodes that, affixed to a person's head, communicate wirelessly with software on a PC. The software could keep e-mail at bay if the user is concentrating, or select background music to suit different moods. Tan expects the technology to be used initially as a controller for video games,






    

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