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Old 20-12-2012, 05:31 PM   #1
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he astonishing maps that reveal how our brain organises everything we see

UC Berkeley team use fMRI to find out where semantically linked concepts are processed in the brain
Findings are a quantum leap from previous research mapping concepts to brain regions
Team create video and interactive website to present their incredible discoveries

Scientists have put together the first ever map of how the brain organises the thousands of images that come flooding in through our eyes every day.

A team at the University of California, Berkeley, have found that the brain is wired to put in order all the categories of objects and actions that we see.

To illustrate their findings, they have created the first map of how the brain organises these categories across the cortex.

Click here to open the interactive version of the map in a new window (may take some time to load)

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Old 20-12-2012, 07:01 PM   #2
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I find our vision most interesting of all. The fact that our brain feeds us a false image from memory when we look at something for that microsecond until it can actually see what is there explains a lot.

So we look at something but don't actually see it for that tiny amount of time. That gives things that we might see time to move
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Old 20-12-2012, 07:27 PM   #3
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It amazes me that the brain converts what we see through both eyes into one image and turns what our eyes see as upside down the right way round.
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Old 20-12-2012, 07:43 PM   #4
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Just an opinion

I feel that is why people are able to see reptilians and others can't

A frequency thing, like in older movies the computer monitors always flickered, because the frames per second is different that our natural vision. Psychics I think, are gifted with a wider spectrum and can catch things that most will miss.

Its not bs, Think about how certain animals can navigate with sound (bats), whales sing across the ocean to each other, sidewinder snakes sense heat of prey on the infrared end of spectrum. Sharks can smell minute amounts of blood. Extrasensory perception is just a wider field of view. An expansion of your present physical senses plus perhaps a sixth or more. The aborigines can talk across distances to each other they say.

I haven't kept up my practicing, but I have been able to see (with much effort) to see auras around people. Just the primitive blue grey band, not able or adept enough to get the colors.

I think everyone has the ability and with practice can do much. That is what the "keepers" try to keep our vibrations low
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Old 20-12-2012, 10:06 PM   #5
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The other pictures of it look like the shape of an elephant.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...nises-see.html
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so in a year they done a pretty map to release to the press ...fantastic

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Berkeley scientists reconstructed clips from brain scans of those who just watched it.
Using fMRI and computational models, researchers were able to decipher and reconstruct movies from our minds

Researchers from the University of California-Berkeley have used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and computational models to watch clips of movies inside the minds of people who just viewed them.

Jack Gallant, study leader and a UC Berkeley neuroscientist, and Shinji Nishimoto, a post-doctoral researcher in Gallant's lab, were able to "read the mind" by deciphering and rebuilding the human visual experience.

In previous studies, Gallant was able to record activity in the visual cortex (which processes visual information in the brain) while participants viewed black-and-white photos, and then use a computational model to predict what the participant was looking at.

Now, Gallant and his team have decoded brain signals created by viewing moving pictures. They were able to do this by placing Nishimoto and two other research members in a MRI scanner while they viewed two sets of Hollywood movie trailers. While watching the first set of trailers, the fMRI measured blood flow through the visual cortex and this information was directed to a computer, which portrayed the brain as tiny three-dimensional cubes called "voxels," or volumetric pixels. For each voxel, there was a model that detailed how motion and shapes in the movie are translated into brain activity. The computer program learned to relate visual patterns in the trailers with corresponding brain activity.

The second set of clips tested the computer's algorithm by giving it 18 million seconds of YouTube clips allowing it to eventually predict the brain activity that each clip would induce.

Then, a reconstruction of the original trailer was produced by merging brain scans that were most similar to the YouTube clips. The end result came out a bit blurry, but represents a large step toward reconstructing images humans see and process.

The team hopes that this research can lead to technology that can decipher what is happening in the minds of those who cannot communicate verbally, such as stroke victims or coma patients. Eventually, this could lead to the creation of an interface that allows people (with paralysis, for instance) to use their minds to control machines.
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The other pictures of it look like the shape of an elephant.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...nises-see.html
And we still can't see the bloody elephant in the..................
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And we still can't see the bloody elephant in the..................
Because it isn't something we can do naturally like beathing. The area of breathing is very tiny, because we do it naturally without thinking. The areas that do need thinking are a lot more bigger and difficult to navigate.
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