posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:28 PM
reply to post by jellyfishbrains
Well, I loved it
Particularly the guy playing the piano with his mind, great!!!
In 1980 I proposed to my professor to make a "medical perimeter" work the same way.
This instrument is used to detect faults in the human vision.
The process is quite lengthy, because a small light moves and the patient hast to press a button if he sees it.
My solution was to make the light go on and of in the best detectable frequency.
then just sense the activity in the optical cortex, in this frequency range, to see if the patient was really seeing.
It must be able to use this also to detect if, let's say a pilot, really looks at the right indicators.
The professor was not interested, and even not amused.