From: Richard Kowalski (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jun 12 2004 - 12:00:41 MDT
On Sat, 12 Jun 2004 20:11:07 +1200 (NZST)
Marc Geddes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Just kidding.
> A week of calm flowing through me made me think of the
> idea of 'Bayesian meditation workshops'. I'm thinking
> week long workshops which could be a combination of
> yogic exercises, zen contemplation, meditation,
> philosophy and of course Bayesian mathematics ;) The
I would like to see Mindball <<http://www.i-p.se/index.aspx?page=mindball>> at the workshops too.
Video games are not my forte (I kicked my video game
habit at 12 to spend more time studying science.), but
it would be progress if we could use advancing biosensor technology to
change our attitudes and psychology to create and maintain more constructive relations.
(Maybe Mindball is not a solution, but I do like the fact that it is being researched.)
'Mindball is an experience product, a game where two players control a ball with their brain waves. The player being most relaxed wins the game. The brain waves are detected by sensors attached to the headbands. The sensors (electrodes) are connected to a biosensor system. The biosensor system, registers the electrical activity in the brain \u2013 so called EGG. The brain waves increasing the chance to win Mindball are called Alpha- and Theta waves. '
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