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*Why?
 
*Why?
**Plug-and-play(ish) interoperability of sensors and displays. Build three sensors and three displays, and we have 9 possible combinations, und so weiter.
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**Plug-and-play(ish) interoperability of sensors and input modes. Build three sensors and three input modes, and we have 9 possible combinations, und so weiter.
 
**Simplify development by separating sensing and presentation design/tasks.
 
**Simplify development by separating sensing and presentation design/tasks.
  
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**#Abstract away from the physical phenomena the stimuli represent and look instead at common patterns in the data streams.
 
**#Abstract away from the physical phenomena the stimuli represent and look instead at common patterns in the data streams.
 
**#???
 
**#???
**On the data display end:
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**On the data presentation end:
**#Identify and prototype a number of display methods.
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**#Identify and prototype a number of input methods.
 
**#For each method think of:
 
**#For each method think of:
**#*What modulations of the signal are possible; intensity, spacing, direction, timing...? Based on that, what is the theoretical bandwidth of that method?
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**#*What modulations of the signal are possible; intensity, spacing, direction, timing...? Based on that, what is the theoretical bandwidth of that input method?
 
**#*How sensitive is the average person there? How much of the signal can the brain interpret meaningfully (too much noise vs. too weak of a signal)? Based on that, what is the <em>practical</em> bandwidth that we might expect?
 
**#*How sensitive is the average person there? How much of the signal can the brain interpret meaningfully (too much noise vs. too weak of a signal)? Based on that, what is the <em>practical</em> bandwidth that we might expect?
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==Current Projects==
 
==Current Projects==

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