This would be an interactive search engine for sound - or
one that combined audio and visual search.
So the user would start with a simple game that allowed
them to learn some kind of a standard way of processing
audio, that then increases in difficulty toward an
that is created with feedback
between the user and a database like the internet.
I guess with audio this system would be like the time
headphones that help people who have difficulty with
stuttering, by adaptively feeding back the sound of the
voice with a slight delay so that the part of the brain
is trapped in its own feeback loop can be teased into
longer and more controllable cycles.
So, instead of starting with a 5 cell grid with 6 dots (two
each of 3 colors) this audio game would start with a
dimension and a tone dimension and train the user to
follow some kind of standard procedure for reacting to
audio cues. I dont know if it would be at a speed that
gave the user a conscious choice or if the system could
really sensitive and work at a speed that would be
unconscious to the user.
But the system would incrementally increase the
interaction between the user and the internet toward a
virtual environment that is created at the speed of
I guess the next step would be figuring out the subtle
electrical fields and pheremonal systems around people,
and allowing them to interact with the system.