Reconstruction from brain activity – YouTube

Below is a clip showing the reconstruction of video subjects where shown via MRI scanning of their brains.   Pretty remarkable.

 

The ‘reconstructed’ video looks odd because the reconstruction method was actually to match the brain activity against snippets of YouTube videos.   Future techniques will be able to do far better.  The key proof of concept here is the fidelity with which the MRI scanning of the brains can identify what sort of thing they’re looking at at all.

Reconstruction from brain activity – YouTube.

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