Image to Central Nerve System

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  1. Mustafa Umut Sarac

    Mustafa Umut Sarac Member

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    I read many interesting mind control articles 14 years ago when I entered to internet first time. One of them is talking about image to central nerve system control.

    Anyone knows how it is done or know a newer website to follow ?

    Umut
     
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    In a literal interpretation of your request I can point to the Cranial Nerve II as the route from image to central nervous system. But I think you are asking a question about mind control, not anatomy.
     
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    Yes , but mind control relates to anatomy also. Or the question could be asked reverse but I dont think there are too many nerve specialists around us.

    Your comment resurrect the ideas. May be at the future , with one radioactive implant , we will able to send our thoughts and whatever we are seeing and sensing to a internet account we rent for yearly basis.

    Or we will able to code what we feel about a music in to a music or video and post to the lovers e mail address.

    The easiest way is to code whatever we want in to image.

    But if we can feel what our partner feel and reverse , ... etc.

    But maniacs can post their minds pictures and terrorize the world also.
     
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    You mean control-via-image-receptors like in Snowcrash (Neal Stephenson)? Or mind-states a la Glasshouse (Charles Stross)?

    Back in the real world, there is current research showing the ability to see via the tongue using electrical/neural stimulation from a video camera. About 5 years ago they had a monkey catching a ball with a robot arm but that involved a surgically-implanted interface.
     
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    I also remember an experiment some decades ago where a subject could 'see' via an array of pins on his/her back controlled by a video signal. I doubt they could thread a needle, but walking around was possible.

    Our senses are more adaptable than most think.