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MindReflector at the PPA

Created in collaboration with my friend and colleague, Dr. Tom Fink – our MindReflector software is a fulfillment of my interest in consciousness and the complex interrelationships between art, science, and technology. We’re just back from the Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s annual … Continue reading

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NeuroEverything 01

NeuroEverything During the past three years, in which my aesthetic practice has involved working in the disciplines of Artificial Intelligence, neuroscience, and the philosophy of mind, it has become increasingly clear that humanity – indeed the world and its ecological … Continue reading

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Mindwaves Update

This entry is in the process of being reconstructed from available links and archives. My work with EEG biofeedback and brain/computer interface technology can be found at: http://www.mindreflector.com Here is a list of links to my recent articles on EEG … Continue reading

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Mind Reflections 001 – Where is the Mind?

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of working with brain-computer interface technologies during the past several years has been researching the various theories of mind which inform contemporary neuroscience and cybernetics and how these theories relate to practical applications in information … Continue reading

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Thought Control

Developing inner values is much like physical exercise. The more we train our abilities, the stronger they become. The difference is that, unlike the body, when it comes to training the mind, there is no limit to how far we … Continue reading

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I Am A Live Wave

Doing research and development on EEG-driven applications has provided me with new insights into the nature of the electromagnetic waves emitted by living systems. Leading-edge scientific and philosophical paradigms converge in striking ways when technologies of life and the mind … Continue reading

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The Mind of the Universe

One recent evening, while I was working on new Neurofeedback protocols, it occurred to me that by using EEG, we are taking non-trivial measurements of significant states of mind (attention, relaxation, wakefulness, and so forth) outside of the brain. This … Continue reading

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Brainwaves, Part 3: Brain Training

  The author using his brainwaves to control a computer display The past decade has seen the proliferation of interface technology, which allows humans to control mobility devices and other sensory-motor applications by electromagnetic pulses issuing from electrodes attached to … Continue reading

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Brainwaves, Part 2: What is Neurofeedback?

  Feedback is a characteristic process of complex systems, in which all or part of a signal – originally produced by the system itself – is applied for reprocessing, thereby altering the system’s future behavior. Feedback processes are often regulatory … Continue reading

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Brainwaves, Part 1

  During a recent session of neurofeedback work, my friend, a Doctor of Psychology, made the point that health is stronger than pathology. It made a significant impression on me and I want to share it with you, along with … Continue reading

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