Scientists create system that shows your brain activity in 3D
University of California researchers have created a system that shows how the brain works in real time, allowing users to navigate right inside their own heads and see their neuronal activity firing in three dimensions, showing "real-time source-localized activity from electroencephalographic signals."
Thinking is hard
People don’t like thinking. It’s painful. Just as numbering denotes page numbers, we have to get our brain cells to assemble in an attempt to establish some order. There’s a reason why there are so…