All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘visual imagery’

Want To Watch Your Dreams on YouTube? Scientists Take The First Step

Well this just might be the coolest thing you’ll see all month. UC Berkeley scientists have found a way to use brain activity to recreate moving images, i.e. movies. Basically, they were able to record signals in people’s brains, and then they used that data to reconstruct visual images. The researchers used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging to see how the …

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