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You can now think to scroll

You can now think to scroll

Alex Castillo
By Alex Castillo on July 10, 2019

Every thought, feeling, and movement starts in your brain. Scrolling on a screen is how we navigate, how we consume content, and how we learn. But how much do we navigate, consume content, and learn? According to recent studies by Nielsen, the average person spends over three hours a day on their device.

But what do all hand gestures have in common? They originate in the same part of the brain: the motor cortex. It’s the hub for all motor output. Every scroll, click, drag, and press starts there.

The video you are about to watch may appear to be taken out of a sci-fi movie. But believe me when I say this, it is not.

Think to ScrollTo understand how it is possible to use mind control, we need to appreciate the beautiful complexities of the human brain and the state of today’s technology. Allow me to walk you through this video

.She walks in the room. It seems quiet, but billions and billions of neurons inside her brain are firing. These neurons orchestrate all movement. They’re her steps, her breaths, they’re the lift of her hands. The conductor to this orchestra is the motor cortex.

“The motor cortex is the region of the cerebral cortex involved in the planning, control, and execution of voluntary movements.” —

After four seconds, she reaches for the Notion, an observable movement. But, what we don’t see is that a second before, her brain decided to make that movement.

After six seconds, Notion is worn. This changes everything. As its sensors make contact with the scalp, the electrical activity produced by her neurons are captured and instantly received by the N1 chipset inside Notion. The electrical activity is measured in microvolts. This happens 250 times per second. This cycle happens enough times during a given second that over 2,000 different numbers representing her brain activity exist.

Think to Scroll

To be continued.


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