BlackFlameAssassin13 Posted January 20, 2017 Report Share Posted January 20, 2017 I would like to say, that yes, while there are many dangers, and I do believe that the device should NEVER come into direct contact with the brain, in case of a malfunction, people do not realize how immensely big this technology could impact the way we live. We could work, just by lying down on our beds. And with Li-Fi (Wi-Fi, just with light), this could be accomplished with a few modifications. I did a little research, and with the right technology, we could use light to transfer the data from the device to the brain, of course we would have to avoid damaging the rest of the head, including the skin, muscle, skull, etc. I've attached my own personal thoughts on how a FDVR headset should be designed, but, of course, they are definitely not official.FDVR Headset Design Notes.rtf Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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