You can extract video from your brain.

by Meg on September 22, 2011

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.

 

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