Reed College and brain wave headsets ...
Psych majors dive into the mind-bending world of sensory substitution.
by Chris Lydgate '90
excited for all of this for brain research in a ...
virtual Harbin / virtual earth ...
and from our bathtubs
Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT OCW
And at WUaS ...
Brain and Cognitive Sciences -
Brain Computer Interface -
... and especially for linguistic and brain research in all 7,870 languages ... with researchers and graduate students (linguistics, neuroscientists, social scientists including sociologists, anthropologists and researchers from many more academic disciplines ... and across many, many languages), for example, traveling all over the world to make the connections between what such developing brain hats/equipment and language use show, for example ... and in context ... and as the computer applications for these, on smart phones and laptops and other computers, develop with greater and greater sophistication ...
In what ways will researchers and informants be able to contribute to research via wikis and "ethno-wiki-virtual-world-graphy"?
Click on the "brain" label in this blog and look through older posts for numerous entries on brain wave headsets. This Reed article is the first I think which describes developing an experiment - about sensory substitution - and where students showed something significant experimentally.