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using NFB develop synesthesia?

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#1 fantahstik

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Posted 22 June 2016 - 03:02 PM


So according to this study:

http://www.jneurosci...2/7614.abstract

 

Synesthates have hyperconnectivity between the parts of the brain that control their auditory and visual senses. 

Do you think it might be possible to train these areas of the brain to communicate in the same way using a NFB device?

 

The intention is to develop a training regime giving people the ability to to see sound. 

 

kind regards,

 

fantah


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#2 thedevinroy

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Posted 12 August 2016 - 09:45 PM

No. That's crazy talk. But yes, I hope. Maybe. Not sustainably so. It violates the whole neurofeedback of real life.

What makes you think that is possible? I mean that would be crazy to see smells like on that episode of limitless.

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#3 graatch

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Posted 19 April 2018 - 04:08 AM

I remember reading, very long ago, an erowid experience report where the guy watched Milkdrop under his covers for the entire duration of some powerful psychedelic (it might have been a dissociative psychedelic, somehow I remember) and he claimed to have been left with permanent synesthesia. Could happen I suppose. ;)


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Posted 19 April 2018 - 06:37 PM

Wow, this is really fascinating. If hyper connectivity were trained incorrectly, it could be risky. I look forward to hearing about your efforts. Maybe I'll give this a go once I get my BCI up and running.


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#5 lukas_93

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Posted 02 October 2019 - 10:12 PM

Wow, this is really fascinating. If hyper connectivity were trained incorrectly, it could be risky. I look forward to hearing about your efforts. Maybe I'll give this a go once I get my BCI up and running.

 

How does one go about this? Did you buy a ganglion board or ultracortex or something else? And what s the setup like to train something like this? I am genuinely fascinated. 







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