The experience of “reality” is a result of our sensory organs delivering information about the external world to our brains via electrical stimulus. The brain interprets this input and creates our… 837 more words
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I decided to make this a separate post from the other I have written on wearable technologies in dementia care. These technologies, while super cool and having really interesting implications for understanding dementia, are less suitable for a person with dementia to be wearing as part of their daily life. 876 more words
For designers of brain-computer interfaces, whose goal is to translate neural patterns into commands for a prosthetic device, it may be important to know that the emerging plan to execute a ‘power grip’ style, for example, may look different when the object is a hammer versus a soda can. 728 more words
Well, this will be my third post in a row about time. I think I’ll discuss something else next week!
As I’ve said before, the path of a particle as it travels through space in the usual way can be represented as a line in a four-dimensional space-time system. 1,158 more words
Key technological trends and advancements in the microelectronics cluster that are likely to have high impact in the near-term and medium-term are covered in this research service. 104 more words