3 New Medical Imagining Technologies that have Neuroscientists salivating like Pavlov’s dogs.
These three exciting new medical scanning technologies have neuroscientists dreaming about the prospects of next generation of medical…
These three exciting new medical scanning technologies have neuroscientists dreaming about the prospects of next generation of medical imaging that is better, cheaper, more affordable, and more accessible to researchers worldwide than existing medical imaging technologies.
Article by Micah Blumberg, Neurohaxor, Organizer of NeurotechSF, and host of the Neural Lace Podcast http://neurotechx.com/
1. The first is Openwater by Mary Lou Jepson
Openwater may or may not involve Holography, Lightfields, some variant of Tractography (the technology umbrella that includes Diffusion Tensor Imaging), and Geometric Neural Networking Analytics. Some Neuroscientists are speculating that Openwater’s NIR Holographic technology is similar to another technology which you can read about called OpenNirs at opennirs.org
Openwater Reference: “Wearable scanners will be able to read our minds” https://www.ft.com/content/bfd733b0-e501-11e7-a685-5634466a6915
Wearable scanners will be able to read our minds
This year, a San Francisco-based start-up hopes to demonstrate a scanning device that could revolutionise the diagnosis…www.ft.com
Also Read: Why Mary Lou Jepsen left Facebook: To transform Healthcare and Invent Consumer Telepathy https://spectrum.ieee.org/the-human-os/biomedical/imaging/why-mary-lou-jepsen-left-facebook-to-transform-heath-care-and-invent-consumer-telepathy
Why Mary Lou Jepsen Left Facebook: To Transform Health Care and Invent Consumer Telepathy
Mary Lou Jepsen has done well for herself in the tech industry. Most recently she was an engineering executive at…spectrum.ieee.org
My questions: Why is Mary Lou’s tech holographic? Is it like Tractography?
How similar is it to OpenNIRS and is OpenNirs also holographic or is that the big difference between OpenNirs and OpenWater? Opennirs.org
Welcome to the openNIRS.org website - here you will find documentation and files for open Near InfraRed-Spectroscopy…opennirs.org
2. The second is Furaxa microwave imaging Joel Libove.
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Read Furaxa Paper:
3. The third is Open Electrical Impedance Tomography
“Low Cost Non-Invasive Biomedical Imaging
An Open Electrical Impedance Tomography Project”
Low Cost Non-Invasive Biomedical Imaging
An open source biomedical imaging project using electrical impedance tomography. Imagine a world where medical imaging…media.ccc.de
Can we apply the principle of Holography or Tractography to OpenEIT?
Read Electrical impedance tomography
Electrical impedance tomography - Wikipedia
Electrical impedance tomography ( EIT) is a noninvasive type of medical imaging in which the electrical conductivity,…en.m.wikipedia.org
Pavlov Dog Reference in the title:
Pavlov's Dogs | Simply Psychology
Pavlov and his studies of classical conditioning have become famous since his early work between 1890-1930. Classical…www.simplypsychology.org
Opinion: AR VR Headsets can also be considered a new form of Brain Computer Interface, lets get these new Medical Sensing Technologies embedded in future AR VR headset designs.
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