prior art developed by JD Casten





The advance-- this idea uses the Robert Malech two-way brain-radio transceiver with "multi-transceiver" triangulation timing (JD Casten) and signal summing ("the EJDNC team") to differentiate brain regions, and record/stimulate multiple regions simultaneously, instead of just one (the entire brain). This can be coupled with contemporary 2-way connectionist/neural network computer brain well.


Yukito Tsunoda's high speed signal summing (fiber-optic light-fast) can be used to create neuron activation potential curves, or longer/larger wave-forms to facilitate less accurate signal summing, but the precise placement would require a "calibrated headset" with timed signal triggering using non-CPU hardware with direct wiring, or a digital-electrical signal on unused frequencies to trigger other signals on other frequencies (again, 60GHz wi-fi could trigger signals to create up to a .5 centimeter resolution). Each headset transmitter would have a variable "calibration latency offset  number" (might have some amplitude calibration number too)-- this would compensate for material anomalies, and for movements in the device itself (which might be flexible). In conjunction with computer-brain interfacing software, head-brain size and differentiated parts of brain that have size/shape/location variations from person to person, the differentiated space could be "warped" (signal time triggers "reverse-delayed" on both sides of head (with an overhead buffer latency to start: each calibration delay # starts above zero, so it can be reduced)).


Many more than four transmitters may be needed per differentiated region: this can get huge, but the "multi-sphere weave of summing signals" transceivers can be multi-purposed for more than one region, the various signal strengths need not be equal, and some "on the fly" math (math that need not be calculated super-fast, like the signal timing: amplitude "content" calculation would be aligned with the brain region neuron activation patterns' speeds ~kHz or less) may be necessary to let one signal sum (or subtract) at two points with other signals interfering and assisting (each transmitter can contribute to more than one region). An alternative to using "sphere weaving": use an electro-magnetic "radio" lazer approach (eg, an array on the back of the head to stimulate individual regions with different signals (frequency patterns (optimal signal strength: doesn't activate other areas, if signal patterns are the same))-- not necessarily used with triangulation summing, but area-specific none-the-less-- less precision with plain radio stimulators with correct frequency pattern stimulus to appropriate areas of the head (temples for hearing, back of head for vision). The stimulators used for rTMS could be useful too; and an additional electro-magnetic signal (eg in the spectrum used for radio controlled toys) could be used that is stronger (Blaire?) than those used for signal-summing, for the purpose of real-time spatial-timing and energy-impedance flux calibrations.




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