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Window into Your Mind
Scientists at UC Berkeley can turn what you see into a digital image.
They developed a way to capture brain activity while someone watches a movie, feed the data into a computer program, and the computer uses the info to reconstruct a digital image on-screen.
OK, it's still a little fuzzy. But they say some day it will allow you to capture your own dreams and watch them on a computer screen—an alternately scary and awesome idea.
Thanks to KCET New Media Director Gary Dauphin for the tip.
According to the Wall Street Journal, a new study has found that browsing the web can refresh tired workers and increase productivity. It is in that spirit that we bring you the Daily Distraction — our pick for a story, photo or video that will take you out of the daily grind and return you to work with a shot of mental espresso.
Having survived drought, parasitic infections, infighting over water supply, invasive species and other seemingly insurmountable obstacles, here are the five best places to explore the history of hatching and catching fish over the last 100 years.0
From terrifying floods to sleek new freeways, KCET unearthed a trove of stories that reflected who we were, and perhaps will offer a glimpse of where we're heading.
In 1939, an oil company dressed up one of its steel derricks along Huntington Beach as a giant Christmas tree.1
Sometimes, one of the most important acts of diplomacy during war is to share food.1
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