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Mind Map Lamp

fibre optic brain scan lamp
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Now that it's possible to have a scan carried out, which maps the internal wiring of the brain, the next step is to transfer the resulting 3D images to a lamp manufacturer.

They will use the information to create a fibre optic version of your brain that you can use as a nice novelty lamp.

Lamps come in a variety of sizes and colour configurations.

see links for more information and example

xenzag, Feb 17 2013

Brain Scan http://genevalunch....-illness-disorders/
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Typical Mind Map Lamp http://genevalunch....sgeneral_130112.jpg
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       [+] Great idea. The real architecture of the brain was a mystery until this method was used, because it was based on cell bodies from slices rather than neuronal projections. It's so much simpler than people thought. Kids learning neuronal anatomy like this is good for lots of stuff.
leinypoo13, Feb 18 2013
  

       I love it. Build a mock-up and put it on Kickstarter.
Alterother, Feb 18 2013
  

       Love it! [+]
Klaatu, Feb 19 2013
  

       Sweeet. So is that circular open space the Thalamus then?   

       One of your neatest ideas. +   

       Now make a rainbow wig version to wear at parties and you've really got something.
doctorremulac3, Feb 19 2013
  

       yep [+]
I just watched an interesting show about scanning the parts of the brain that shows emotions and people who believe in a higher conciousness had frontal lobes that lit up whereas atheists did not!
xandram, Feb 19 2013
  

       //So is that circular open space the Thalamus then?// It's a sort of dead zone, re emitting no signals of a sufficient strength to indicate second level intellectual activity, and consequently been nick-named "The Tea Zone". (as in Tea Party)
xenzag, Feb 19 2013
  

       I thought it was a reasonable question...   
      
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