Telepathy

Telepathy

Researchers Mind-Melded Three People to Collaboratively Play 'Tetris'

This is the first time that a brain-to-brain interface has incorporated more than two people.
Kaleigh Rogers
10.1.18
entertainment

You Need to Watch 'Legion,' the Weirdest Show on TV

This wild superhero drama is more surreal than a Dalí painting.
Kara Weisenstein
6.13.18
Seeing Is Believing

That Time the CIA Investigated a Magician to See if Magic Was Real

A video with illusionist Uri Geller spawned dozens of pages of follow-up reports in the CIA about whether magic was real, and if so, how to harness it for espionage.
Michael Best
5.10.17
Robots Read Minds

Humans Can Now Scold a Robot With Their Minds

MIT developed a system to instantly tell a robot when it makes an error through brainwaves.
Samantha Cole
3.6.17
Art

This Cybernetic Device Turns Brainwaves into Telepathic Art

::vtol:: is back with his latest human-computer interface.
DJ Pangburn
8.25.16
Halloween

From Zombies to Telepathy: When Science Takes on the Supernatural

Five experiments that just went for it.
Carli Velocci
10.31.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

We'll Soon Be Able to Telepathically Connect on Facebook, According to Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg plans to give us the "power to share our full sensory and emotional experience with people whenever we'd like."
River Donaghey
7.1.15
Culture

The Technology Transhumanists Want in Their Kids

Smart diapers, RFID chips, and more.
Zoltan Istvan
5.18.15
Science

Scientists Found a Way to Email Brain Waves

An international team of researchers was able to use electroencephalography (EEG) to convert the words “hola” and “ciao” from a person's brain waves into binary.
Jordan Pearson
8.20.14
the high post

NBA Playoff Memories: Stephen Curry vs. The World

When Steph Curry steps back for three, there's not much at stake: just the nature of the individual in society, is all.
Chris Collision
6.20.14
Stuff

On the Hunt for 'Indigo Children': The Next Stage in Human Evolution

If adults want to call themselves "indigo" because they can't hold down a job or didn't fit in at school, then I don't suppose there's too much harm in that. However, as with most Big Topics—war, famine, runway fashion shows—the whole thing gets far...
James Tennent
7.12.13
Motherboard Blog

Videos for Future Times: Matmos, A Winged Victory for the Sullen, Mark Fell

"A Winged Victory for the Sullen":http://www.awvfts.com/ is American composer Dustin O'Halloran and Adam Wiltzie, who normally forms one half of Stars of the Lid. The song, off of the duo's recent self-titled disc on Erased Tapes, is startlingly brief...
Michael Byrne
10.18.12
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