Who among us has NOT wanted to be able to replay the dreams we’ve had? Or wanted to go back in time and relive old memories? Apparently, we might be a lot closer than you think.
In 1999, Garret B. Stanley worked on extracting images from a cat’s brain. He did this by tracking the neurons and applying an algorithm that came up with an image. You can read the full article here.
Now, researches at UC Berkley are using a different method of tracking. They used a magnetic resonance imaging machine to capture brain activity while subjects watched YouTube videos for hours. Read more about it here, but check out the video below.