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Brain Scans Paint Picture of What the Mind’s Eye Sees

September 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Researchers have used a form of MRI to peer into test subjects’ brains and “see” what the subject is looking at. It’s a complicated process, and scientists don’t expect practical applications any time soon, but the team’s research could eventually help in the diagnosis of brain conditions and contribute to research involving neural prostheses or brain-machine interfaces.

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