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Sony patent takes first step towards real-life Matrix
IMAGINE movies and computer games in which you get to smell,
taste and perhaps even feel things. That's the tantalising prospect
raised by a patent on a device for transmitting sensory data directly
into the human brain - granted to none other than the entertainment
giant Sony.
The technique suggested in the patent is entirely non-invasive.
It describes a device that fires pulses of ultrasound at the head to modify
firing patterns in targeted parts of the brain, creating "sensory experiences"
ranging from moving images to tastes and sounds. This could give blind or
deaf people the chance to see or hear, the patent claims.
While brain implants are becoming increasingly sophisticated, the only
non-invasive ways of manipulating the brain remain crude. A technique known
as transcranial magnetic stimulation can activate nerves by using rapidly changing
magnetic fields to induce currents in brain tissue. However, magnetic fields cannot
be finely focused on small groups of brain cells, whereas ultrasound could be.
Now add the fact that Virtual Angel is designing a implant for babies to keep them
on a transponder so you could find them, etc. Now you got the power to make us
mind numb robots with out the one thing God fought so hard to give us. FREE WILL

posted by One Man's Struggle To Take It Easy @ 9:36 PM,


At 12:30 PM, Blogger LunarWorld said...

Creepy. And people are afraid CELL PHONES give you brain cancer?


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