The first dream recorder engine

Some Japanese scientists take first step in creating a dream recording machine. Sounds like science fiction, but it was being held in a laboratory in Japan.

The team of scientists at Kyoto, Japan developed the technology of image formation in a dream, which can quickly read the human mind. They have developed this system with MRI scanners to create images directly from the brain. Experiment shows the subject image was reconstructed on the basis of skin outer layer of the brain.

In this study, the scientists used a computer program scans the volunteers who looked at the hundreds of still images of a different color, like black, white and gray. then replicate the program elements and characters that look, although the result is still more obscure than the original color.

The next step, researchers will learn how to visualize the image in people's minds. This technology is also expected to be able to record dreams.

"It is a bit like the fictional story of a scientific nature, for example, if you are aged 50 years and has a beautiful dream before, you can examine it and show it to your children." Said Yoshiyuki Onuki, one volunteer experiment.

The scientists also said that the human brain reading technology will be developed for humans to communicate directly from their minds with electronic equipment. With gestures and communicate without language, the keyboard and the keys will be artifacts.

"Although there are many forms of communication, the Internet or other small tools, all of it is limited by the body. This discovery means we have a method of communication that can be directly related to the brain. "Clearly Dr. Yukiyasu Kamitani, a spokesman for the scientists.

This new technology opens the door to many new possibilities. But scientists warn that it could bring problems to the cultural and privacy issues. Those who want to "lock her personality," may have to wait a little longer.

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