Whilst the more base commands in the human brain ? the hard wired sections ? tend to transmit the same signal pattern, by the time they have been bounced and echoed around by the unique fingerprint-like folds of the individual brain and passed through the cranium, individual brainwave patterns look completely different even when the originating signals were exactly the same. Thus, for non-invasive neuroprosthetics, a brainwave baseline is needed, consisting of a set routine, and software algorithms to configure hardware brain wave readers to that individual. In other words, recognising the mind print and compensating for it, to restore the original signal.
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Industry news, originally posted 10-02-2005. Researchers from the New York State Department Of Health and MIT show it is possible to use brainwaves picked up by electrodes attached to the outside of the scalp to move a cursor around a computer screen.
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Kodak, the camera firm, has had a brainwave. They have come up with a plan, using edible, bio-degradable RFID chips to monitor the digestive tract.
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Researchers conducted a study at 9 sites in the U.S. with 375 people suffering from major depression. The testing takes about 15 minutes and could help people suffering from depression find fast relief.
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No need for invasive BCI any more?
Researchers from the New York State Department Of Health and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have shown that it is possible to use brainwaves picked up by electrodes attached to t...
Suspicion Resides in Two Regions of the Brain: Our Baseline Level of Distrust Is Distinct and Separable from Our Inborn Lie Detector
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on my parahippocampal gyrus. Scientists at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute have found that suspicion resides in two distinct regions of the brain: the amygdala, which plays a ce...