Enhanced Brain Processing Development

The normal approach to brain capacity is to assume that mental processing leading to productive acceptable behavior as a standard normality. Deviations from such standards are treated as deficiencies which require medical or penal intervention to return the brain back to a level of normality. Research is therefore generally directed to the problem of correcting brain function to what is accepted as normal operation.  The question, "What more can the brain do and how can we train it to develop additional capacities," is rarely asked. Projects at Nascent Systems in this area are directed toward discovering and implementing novel ways to operate the brain with the objective of enhancing brain capacity beyond what is normally done. Projects currently being pursued along these lines are;

Bi-scopic Vision: The capacity to receive and process individual sensory input. 

Dual-Eye Patent Pending: Feedback device for training the brain to break the stereo processing  habit and facilitate Bi-scopic sensory operation.

Man-Machine Interface: Why are we wasting two eyes on one computer screen? This project explores the applicability of Bi- Scopic Vision technology to improved computer interface devices. 

The plasticity of the brain to repair damage by reprogramming functions to healthy parts of the brain is well known. Our goal is to explore the possibility that new programming of the healthy brain can lead to enhanced mental capabilities heretofore not available to individuals. For example by stimulating the left and right eye with non-stereo imagery the brain can be trained to perform non-stereo processing. Topics explored by papers in this section include the phenomena of bi-scopic non-stereo vision, training systems for different simultaneous image processing, and applications for novel man-machine interfaces.