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November 18, 2006



How to Track Brain-to-Brain Communication

EEG Suggestion: communicate thought through additional EEG signal, in addition to existing media, rather than imitating or replacing.

The EEG medium, whatever its components, cannot match the subtlety of communication ultimately decoded

Use of more sophisticated EEG medium is dependent on an ultimate decoder who can interpret the output

So let the receiver reconstruct the sender's thoughts
from EEG signals that are more or less directly sent from sender to receiver in addition to usual signals.

The new medium adds a line of EEG derived signals in addition to usual sounds, sight etc... already used. It can be an EEG derived tone or light display, as well as a transcranial magnetic transmission currently the subject of much research.

testing can be done by measuring the interpretation of the recipient compared to instructions given to sender.

example: two musicians play music together, speak and exchange written notation in comparable sessions, with and without sharing a two way EEG communicator.

First, they learn and play together part of a composition.

Second, sender in isolation hears and learns the rest of the composition.

Then both again play together the first part, and sender continues to play the learned second part, while receiver improvises.

Receiver should more closely improvise the second part according to what sender has learned when sender and reciever share EEG communication, in addition to sound and sight communication.

Richard Petty

This is indeed an interesting experimental design.

Some of the researchers doing work in this field do read this blog, so we shall see what they have to say.

Kind regards,


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