Brain Hacking

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BRAIN HACKING
(Controls the mind of others)
A.sunil sai
Department of computer science and systems engineering, Sree vidyanikethan engineering college.[autonomus] Tirupathi,India. E-mail: sunnysai51@gmail.com

Abstract: This paper considers the development to the
control of others mind just like hypnotism which is used to cure some mentally disable persons ,for military and mind controlled cars houses etc… This is combination of all the technologies which is used already, these all come together and forms a new thing with the help of nanoscience that is nanotech which would change the entire face of world.

artificial DNA (fig 1.6), with this we create an artificial neuron cell (fig 1.7). Then let me enter u in to the deep , remove the brain and kept it in to a box in which we circulate blood continues then the brain can works until we are supplying the pure blood to it , we can talk the data from his brain even after the death of a person. When the above requirements are satisfied it creates a revolutionary change in entire world. It leads to the new era in nanoscince. With this technique we can create boundaries to a person and what the data we send to brain the person just follow the instructions without any involvement of him.

Brain-computer interface : Getting to the point first I would like to explain about BCI (Brain Computer Interface) example a figure shown below (figure 1.1). A brain-computer interface (BCI), sometimes called a direct neural interface or a brain-machine interface, is a direct communication pathway between a human or animal brain (and brain cell culture) and an external device. In one-way BCIs, computers either accept commands from the brain or send signals to it (for example, to restore vision) but not both. Two-way BCIs would allow brains and external devices to exchange information in both directions. This BCI is not a new thing it is already under use. Using this BCI a scientist Stephan hawking wheal chair is working the true live example of this is his chair check it in (figure 1.3)

KEYWORDS: Nanodots, BCI (Brain-computer interface), Bio nanotechnology, Quantum Nanodots, biosensors and biotransedures.

1.Nanoscience:
Nanoscience occurs at the intersection of traditional science and engineering, quantum mechanics, and the most basic processes of life itself. Nanotechnology encompasses how we harness our knowledge of nanoscience to create materials, machines, and devices that will fundamentally change the way we live and work. Nanoscience and nanotechnology are two of the hottest fields in science, business, and the news today

Brain Hacking: Mainly brain hacking deals with Nanodots which is made up of gold has the capable of containing wireless biosensors (fig 1.4 ) and biotransedures (fig 1.4) capable of transfer the data between brain and system. By using this quantum Nanodot (fig1.5) we construct an

2.Why nano?
Over the past few years, a little word with big potential has been rapidly insinuating itself into the world's consciousness. That word is "nano"

3.Brain-computer interface Getting to the point first I would like to explain about BCI (Brain Computer Interface) example a figure shown below (figure 1.1).

4.Sensors: Joe Hupp teaches chemistry at Northwestern University and, in his short scientific career, has worked in many different areas of chemistry and materials. He is athletic, quiet, intense, brilliant, and youthful. One of Joe's major areas of interest has been the development of sensor materials, especially those designed at the nanoscale. Synthetic chemical nanoscience—metal-trapping molecular squares.

Transmission of brain signals (figure 1.2) Conversion of brain frequency signals in to digital signals (figure 1.1)

A brain-computer interface (BCI), sometimes called a direct neural interface or a brainmachine interface, is a direct communication pathway between a human or animal brain (and brain cell culture) and an external device. In one-way...
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