FIBRUM Virtual Reality · VR games & apps
It is very funny you posted this on my special day. I wont lie I’ve been a gamer for 32yrs, love SAO, the idea of FDVR, have a 2yr in electronics/robotics, self study human psychology,neuroscience, and medicine due to my medical conditions, but i have been blessed with a great mind!! I had the same thoughts prior to reading your post, It is an in escapeable scientific fact that whatever our brain interperts as real even if it is artificial could have an instant effect on our physical body depending on what that data is, so the danger is an absolute truth. Is there enough tech available to create a fullproof fail safe? Dampening data returned to the user, example ( you get your head sliced with a sword while in FD but the system determines its a fatal blow so data returned to the users brain would be dampened to the equivalent of lets say the pain of a sprained ankle in real life) thats still gonna hurt your head or more precise your brain will make it feel that way OUCH, the way our brains are hardwired we would still percieve it as not being real defeating the whole virtual reality concept. The data needed for such calculations seems infinite, MRI,EEG,NCS of little things like moving a finger,walking,problem solving,complex thought process (like a fight for your life ) ect… It would need to be a perfect union with all five of our senses and a computer. Can we turn off pain receptor data return to the user’s body and still trick the virtual entity to believe it is real? It would be a technology epedemic if it ever became affordable, people would hack,steal,cheat,break the whole thing ( human nature can be unfortunate ) but there is no light without dark. A lot of great things could be done with FDVR in the medical field, training, teaching….BUT a lot of bad could happen too! Despite all that if I can use my knowledge to help achieve TrueFDVR I still would, more human nature just to see if we can do it. When we do achieve it. You and I can meet on a futuristic battlefield for a Sword duel with fancy flashy skills we could never do in reality! First I would need to do a Kamehameha then I’d know I was living my dream, a Mystical World where my only limit is my imagination. Alas reality has its hard truths. Until then STARBURST STREAM
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