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Emotional quantum spaces - is it possible to mirror our emotional brain to the environment around us?

Can we create spaces that relate to our emotional brain as an algorithm within our natural environment, and uses the technology around us as an extension of our bodies?

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  • Oct 8 2012: Quantum mind technology exists and has actually been a field of study for sometime. Some interesting technologies have been introduced by DARPA , most of which is held under strict confidentiality due to national security. However there has been much hype lately about the use of binural beats and translating brain wave data into perceived reality through the use of intermediate devices. One application that resembles translating emotion into the visible realm that I've encountered is, rabbit ears that change their level of erectness based on how alert the wearers brain waves are in relation to its surroundings.
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      Oct 9 2012: The rabbit ears are indeed funny (http://neurowear.com/news/) as well as DARPAs applications (http://www.darpa.mil/NewsEvents/Releases/2012/09/18.aspx) yet:-) I believe there're ways to do this in a way that is not relay on physical dexterity.
      • Oct 9 2012: yes like a pillow or mattress that could self adjust various physical qualities based on wireless transmission of brain waves.Tangible data that can be digitized and translated to external network similar to the cloud.
  • Oct 25 2012: If we governed by logic and rational then yes we could, however we know we are apart of an imbalance that is about to correct or significantly change...so no emotions are not rational they are an expression of thought but have been sold as individual thought and that is a truth, so we are taught that our response to a truth is the truth and that is how man hides from doing the right thing.
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    Oct 8 2012: Don't we do this already? We do create our own realities according to our beliefs. That's why your house looks different from mine. Or did I misunderstand?
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      Oct 8 2012: Well, yes we're utilising our aware creative to build our reality but I'm looking into ways that by using smart sensors incorporated into out natural environment we can become an algorithm, a trigger that affect on how reality is interacting with us.

      Think about it like this, we're surrounded by computer, and our brain is a computer, how can we link the two of them together?
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        Oct 8 2012: If I understand you correctly, we link them by becoming aware of who and what we are. When you know that, you can link-up at will until you are always linked.

        You are not separated from the unity that exists unless you believe that you are separated. Even then , you are not separated, but you will not take advantage of the great benefits and rewards of knowing who and what you are.
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          Oct 8 2012: I tend to agree, we're not separated from the unity that exists, but I try to imagine life when that unity and react in real time to the information that we're not able to process in our subconscious. Our brain capture 11,000,000 bits of info every sec but we can process only 4000 bit... Since emotions are the trigger to out actions, our intentional spaces are somewhere between these 11,000,000 bits of info... What if the architectural reality around us can shape itself around us at all times:-)
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        Oct 8 2012: I guess I do not know what you are saying. You asked, "What if the architectural reality around us can shape itself around us at all time:-).

        So why are we seemingly saying the same thing (using similar words) while saying different things? LOL

        I'd like us to solve this riddle.
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          Oct 9 2012: That is the paradox of life:-)