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Audivolv - Brainwaves

Brainwaves are easy to understand. Close your eyes, center your mind, and wait until light and dark blurry things flow across what you "see" at a rate of 2-6 per second. Those are brainwaves echoing across the visual part of your brain, and you can shape them into what your eyes see or dreams. I can build those in software.

The way brainwaves understand brainwaves is one type of consciousness, but not all types of consciousness are yet understood by science, and it is easier to build those types and AI into a larger mind than define them. Maybe we will understand them after we see how they work in that combination.

Mouse and speakers are enough if you are awake, but theoretically, years from now, if you wear a mind-reading helmet like OpenEEG while you sleep to control music you can hear while sleeping, your dreams could become an internet video game (with other dreaming players).

Use Audivolv with mouse and speakers only, or wear a mind-reading helmet to take it to the next level and dream with AI (in later versions of Audivolv).