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    Telepathy B.C.I Transmitter and Receiver and a Universal translator. The future's telephone.


    If we could create new spinal cord nerves that could be linked to both the brain and a small computational device, it could be possible to essentially add a new limb; and from this limb you may be able to control its actions; and even enable yourself to control this computational device's software like using your fingers to press on a keyboard. I was thinking it may be possible to include certain keys that emulate the vowel sounds of the English language. It would be like moving your third imaginary index finger and that to the computational device's software would correspond to a specific vowel. The device could transmit this verbal information to a receiver that would be apart of this small computational device's design on the other person receiving the transmission. The device could introduce the feeling of pain, not unpleasant pain but the mere sense of feeling and it would do so in a manner that would correspond with vowels, you would be able to experience the distinct awareness of understandable language.

    There are also the possibilities for a universal language translator; and you may adjust the settings to make the software use different methods of language, example: the closest thing to the English language's vowels. The software could also translate for example: Mandarin to English or Spanish to French etc... You could possibly communicate with someone a half continent away mind to mind and in closed conversation. Imagine the implications, for example: the inevitable development of advanced screen technology like a screen that is a eye contact, other things like processors, software, etc... We could have a whole computer suite comfortably built around our brain and bodies. We can even possibly control vehicles like our cars or even Naval ships.

    This brain computer interface technology I believe will be another revolution like the invention of the cell phone. The time is coming for someone to begin to develop this brain interface technology, for it could seem to be a revolutionary technology that millions will be fond of for a very long time in our future; and it could grant people some unimaginable wealth like that of Microsoft and Apple; and of course no doubt their already interested in such technology, they I think that they would be most willing to give aid to anyone who offers a serious need for an appointment. Maybe I will reserve such interest for my future, what do you people think about this inevitable technology and my given concept?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Japith View Post
    Telepathy B.C.I Transmitter and Receiver and a Universal translator. The future's telephone.


    If we could create new spinal cord nerves that could be linked to both the brain and a small computational device, it could be possible to essentially add a new limb; and from this limb you may be able to control its actions; and even enable yourself to control this computational device's software like using your fingers to press on a keyboard. I was thinking it may be possible to include certain keys that emulate the vowel sounds of the English language. It would be like moving your third imaginary index finger and that to the computational device's software would correspond to a specific vowel. The device could transmit this verbal information to a receiver that would be apart of this small computational device's design on the other person receiving the transmission. The device could introduce the feeling of pain, not unpleasant pain but the mere sense of feeling and it would do so in a manner that would correspond with vowels, you would be able to experience the distinct awareness of understandable language.

    There are also the possibilities for a universal language translator; and you may adjust the settings to make the software use different methods of language, example: the closest thing to the English language's vowels. The software could also translate for example: Mandarin to English or Spanish to French etc... You could possibly communicate with someone a half continent away mind to mind and in closed conversation. Imagine the implications, for example: the inevitable development of advanced screen technology like a screen that is a eye contact, other things like processors, software, etc... We could have a whole computer suite comfortably built around our brain and bodies. We can even possibly control vehicles like our cars or even Naval ships.

    This brain computer interface technology I believe will be another revolution like the invention of the cell phone. The time is coming for someone to begin to develop this brain interface technology, for it could seem to be a revolutionary technology that millions will be fond of for a very long time in our future; and it could grant people some unimaginable wealth like that of Microsoft and Apple; and of course no doubt their already interested in such technology, they I think that they would be most willing to give aid to anyone who offers a serious need for an appointment. Maybe I will reserve such interest for my future, what do you people think about this inevitable technology and my given concept?
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    That would be good but would that mean everyone could read everyone else's thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeLord View Post
    That would be good but would that mean everyone could read everyone else's thoughts?
    Possibly, it depends on what method they use for data transmission. If its RF then you can choose your own frequency, and also others can choose there own frequency and maybe in between they find the same frequency. These devices could have a short range with in 10 meters or 100 km away in space or in another country.

    And in either way you can always not use that third virtual hand and speak vocaly
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    My assumption - or hope - is this will first be applied for babies lacking limbs. An implant that takes signals is surprisingly low-tech. Newborns are well suited to master such implants as they naturally "feel-out" their nerves and learn to use those anyway. Newborns won't be fitted with neuro-prosthetics though but rather learn their artificial motor controls initially by making tones, patterns on a monitor, etc. ...fun stuff for babies... like making an animated Henry the Hippo wave his hand. Start early so the controls become totally natural to them. As their skeletons mature we can "upgrade" these children to motorized limbs.

    The fun for adults presents itself when we have a generation of young adults who were wired early, who signal their implants with great dexterity, with greater output bandwidth than any motorized limb can use. Then what to do with that extra bandwidth?
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