High-tech beanie could allow humans to achieve telepathy within a DECADE, expert claims
- The technology, developed by Openwater, works via a piece of clothing such as ski-hat lined with LCDs – and, illuminated with infrared, it can see into your body to look for things such as tumors and bleeding or clogged arteries.
- The technology works via a piece of clothing such as ski-hat (pictured left) lined with flexible LCD’s illuminated with infrared that see into your body to look for things such as tumors, bleeding or clogged arteries.
- MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imagery) machines can already see your thoughts, and Dr Jepsen says she’s worked on shrinking that technology down.
- While MRI technology uses magnetic fields and radio waves to take images of organs, Openwater’s technology uses infrared light to scan the brain or body bit by bit.
- Dr Jepsen told CNBC that the technology would speed up innovation – for example, filmmakers could potentially download their dreams and product designers could download their thoughts and send them to a 3-D printer.
The technology, developed Openwater, works via a piece of clothing lined with LCD’s that see into your body, and it could allow for communication via thought in just eight years.
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By Cecile Borkhataria For Dailymail.com
Published: 15:56 EDT, 7 July 2017 | Updated: 17:34 EDT, 7 July 2017