Work from MIT Fluid Media Labs.
Emotion regulation (ER) refers to the “implementation of a conscious or non-conscious goal to start, stop or otherwise modulate the trajectory of an emotion” (Etkin et al., 2015). Whereas multiple brain areas have been found to be involved in ER, relatively little is known about whether and how ER is associated with the global functioning of brain networks.
The company’s flagship device, the Halo Sport, is designed to deliver neurostimulation to the motor cortex in a 20 minute neuropriming session which Halo Neuroscience claims induces a temporary state of hyperplasticity that allows neural pathways from the motor cortex to the muscles to be optimized and strengthened.”
…use algorithms to detect patterns associated with mood disorders, then deep-brain stimulation to disrupt those patterns. DARPA-funded…
This is a test
An opinion from a scientist taking the long view.
A Colorado group that is doing some meet-ups that touch on neurosphere themes, especially Brain-Computer Interfaces.
Begs the question – how to get messages from your mind to the transmitter…