Proof of Concept: The Brain To Brain Internet

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This is a BCI experiment whereby one person uses BCI to transmit a series of digits over the internet to another person whos computer receives the digits and transmits them to the second users through flashing an LED array. The encoded information is extracted from the brain activity of the second user.

This shows true brain-to-brain activity. This is done as a proof of concept – to show that B2B *is* possible – which it is, as we show here.

It doesn’t look particularly glamourous but what they’ve done is pretty amazing.

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PhotoSketch. The Internet Image Montage Mega-Machine

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PhotoSketch: Internet Image Montage from tao chen on Vimeo.

This is has been getting loads of coverage but what it does it pretty mind boggling so I wanted to share.

Created by Computer Science & Technology student at Tsinghua University and the National University of Singapore, Photosketch lets you draw outlines with labels, then some seriously clever software takes over and matches real life images to create your composite.

The video explains it better.

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Internet addict? LaterLoop could help ease the strain

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Always finding yourself with too many Tabs open. Check out this solution built on the Google App Engine. Useful for sites you like the look of but want to check later.

Read webpages later, on your phone, or anywhere. Adding a star is a simple way to highlight links that you like and might want to do more with.

http://www.laterloop.com/