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In Pursuit Of Presence And True Immersion

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


Cool brain-computer interfacing that would be useful in dementia

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

Alzheimer's Disease And Other Dementias

Researchers begin to hone cybernetics by mapping grip pressure variance in the brain.

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


Time and time again

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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


2015 Top Technologies in Microelectronics (Technical Insights)

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


Module 2: Brain-Computer Interface

Enhances: Brain-computer interface (BCI) changes the way people interact with computers. By using a device that is connected to the brain, people are able to do things just by thinking about it. 135 more words


Emerging Technologies Tetrad: Brain-Computer Interface

In the film Total Recall, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, Quinn, a character played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, has a memory trip to Mars as a secret agent. 758 more words