Online store ThinkGeek is selling brain specimen coasters that will be a hoot in parties involving neurosurgeons, psychologists, zombies, and psychopaths named Hannibal.
I’ve always identified with my poor, overwhelmed computer when certain symptoms let me know it needs a restart. I know I need to empty the garbage, restart, and clear the PRAM. That’s exactly how I feel after a long day. As it turns out, humans function a lot like an overwhelmed computer when we lack […]
US-based Japanese blogger Ryoko Iwata, who read an article by fellow blogger Mikael Cho about how coffee and beer affects brains, was inspired enough to create this infographic for the rest of us who are too lazy to read the whole damn thing. Fun fact: caffeine helps with focus while alcohol helps you get these ‘aha’ moments.
After a Startup Weekend event in Lansing MI, the team behind GoFlow — which touts itself as a ‘collaborative brain experiment‘ — were inspired to build its own tDCS transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) machine. Now, tDCS is a neurostimulated technology that delivers electric currents directly to the brain via small electrodes. The team is now […]
By Linnea Vestre in Video on Wednesday 27 February 2013
Get ready for a weird and fascinating experience. In this clip, you will experience one of the freaky quirks of the brain. A lot of explanation isn’t neccesary – just keep your eyes on the cross in the middle. Fullscreen mode works best. If you are of the sceptical kind, feel free to watch the clip again without looking at the cross to confirm that those bizarre faces are only in your head.
I’ve always wanted to be hooked up to a set of EEG’s and see what comes out of my brain. This is kind of similar but going the other direction. Shock the body/shock the body baby. I wonder what else could be controlled like this? Maybe a fully controllable human?!?