Electronic voice phenomena are an auditory example of pareidolia – the tendency to perceive human characteristics in meaningless perceptual patterns.
Why do humans love to look at patterns? I can only guess, but I’ve written a whole book about new mathematical ways to make them.
We never stop revising the picture we have of ourselves. We sense that our identities are fixed in place – rock-solid and immovable – but we’re wrong about that.
Automation is the process whereby any action, decision or function that was once performed by a human (or non-human animal) is taken over by a machine.
No, Biohackers Did Not Just Discover Eyedrops That Give You Night Vision — And using them might damage your eyesight
Currently, there is better scientific evidence that smoking weed improves your night vision than that Ce6 night vision eyedrops do.
Melanie Swan on Introduction to Ethics of Perception in Nanocognition
Quell is an innovative drug free pain relief device currently being crowdfunded via Indiegogo.
What does #TheDress sound like to a synaesthetic cyborg?