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hyperlearning travel headgear
Peer reviewed published things say DC stimulation near the side of the head doubles attentiveness as well as learning, so this is a travel appreciation gadget that only turns it on when you are having a pleasant time.
When people travel they frequently see lots of new
as well as gain some greater fluency at language. There
are a variety of published items (DARPA, Science
magazine) that suggest double or better learning or
recognition from tDCS Transcranial DC Stimulation near
at 2 milliamps.
Thus the idea is just glasses or headgear
that sense if you are having a pleasant time then turn on
the tDCS while travelling. That way you learn more
things, yet perhaps also retain the I like it ness of travel
a result of the software only turning on the
when you Like your surroundings. Notice more sight,
gather more data as you travel, possibly also learning
language much faster.
Also as TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) is
already used to improve mood it is possible that Learn
only when pleasant tDCS headgear could be an even
more effective voluntary mood improving treatment.
Now I recognize that Use another persons research then
make it a travel technology is not much of an idea yet
prospect of knowing twice as much Europe from a visit to
Europe seemed worth the "thats not an idea!" risk. Also
had said Put an LED on a bike so it could be seen that
would be rather obvious as well, yet obviously of value.
This idea is so tremendously derivative that I am
another idea immediately.
also at the compatability gadget area, would two people
with these communicate more effectively
I wonder if you were wearing hyperlearning headgear,
people could tell, would they modify their behavior
you? If it actually works would people put a merely skin
implant on the sides of their heads that could be
[beanangel, Mar 19 2012]
Scientific American review like article
[beanangel, Mar 19 2012]
a schematic as well as user data on creator produced tDCS
after I got a message from them that particular yahoo account started congratulating me for things I wasn't aware Id participated at, perhaps. "disqus" which sure sounds like disquise. Proceed with amusement. [beanangel, Mar 19 2012, last modified Mar 20 2012]
||Ah, now THIS one I was certain right off the bat.
||// published things say //
||Now _there's_ a great way to establish the credibility of
||//published things say// Breathtakingly ...
something. But consider: House style at arXiv is
"these guys" in place of "the authors" Autre temps,
||possibly the annotation to a schematic as well as a
user data at brmlab.cz will fascinate people here.
Its a different author than me.
||peer reviewed published things say
||This is brilliant, [beanie]! I would add a 20 foot whip antenna onto the headgear for people who like to watch lightning storms while standing on hilltops. And it would also be fun to see if it could be adapted to work with zombies. Two buns up! [+] [+]
||// peer reviewed published things say //
||I have just re-read this idea whilst extremely drunk,
and it makes far more sense than it did when I was
sober. It's posssible that [beany] is actually a
genious, but we're all reading with the wrong level of
sobiety. More ressarch is clearly needed.
||I've read several recent beanybakes while high and found
them to be much funnier but no more sensible than I am
baseline. I will gladly break out a bottle of Kraken and join
you in the next phase of your groundbreaking study,