The remarkable experiment of telepathy communication is successfully demonstrated:
The transmission of information from one person form INDIA to 3 people in France has paved the foundation of a new age of communication. The team of researchers led by Giulio Ruffini who is CEO of starlab in Barcelona, Successfully demonstrated Brain to Brain communication.
The transmission of signal from brain:
The information signal (that is two words “Hola” and “cia” in the form of binary code) in from transmitting brain are recorded by Electroencephalography (EEG), which is a device for monitoring electrical signal in human brain.
Receiving signal in to the brain:
The information was delivered to the brains of receivers from France using Robotized Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), which causes neurons to fire from an electric current that is generated by a rapidly changing magnetic field.
Here is how they did it
While hooked up to an EEG device the sender was asked to imagine moving his hands or feet when shown an image that represented a 1 or 0, respectively. The EEG data was transmitted to the computer, translated into binary code, and emailed to the system at the recipients' end. The recipients, blindfolded, received electric pulses from the robotized TMS system in the visual cortex of their brains. That triggered the experience of phosphenes : the perception of seeing flashes of light that are not actually there. The recipients reported verbally when they experienced a flash, and this was translated into binary code and then to the message. It's super slow — the equivalent of telepathic Morse code. Still, the message was delivered.
It's a fun experiment, and it's exciting to think about potential (but far-fetched) applications, like soldiers with high-tech helmets communicating silently behind enemy lines.
Do technology like this entirely change the way we communicate? Imagine its impact on
- communication in daily life
- in Business
- internet search
- and over all social media
It’s interesting to imagine what could happen and what new opportunities this technology will evolve to produce... as rightly said the change is only permanent thing!!!
We need to wait and see how this evolves to change every aspect and become part of our daily life.