So, it seems that brides around the planet will finally, have their long-cherished dream of having the designer make the dress as they have, literally, imagined all their lives.
From Tech On Japan:
Japanese Group Reconstructs Visual Images From Brain Activity Patterns.
Yousuke Ogasawara, Nikkei Electronics
The drawing illustrates the “visual image reconstruction” technology developed by the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) and others, which reconstructs figures seen by a subject into images by measuring human brain activity.
A conceptual diagram of the visual image reconstruction technology will be on the cover of a US magazine “Neuron.” The figures and alphabetical letters in the background are the images used in the experiment. The images in the film were actually reconstructed from the brain activity, according to ATR.
A Japanese research group developed the “visual image reconstruction” technology to reconstruct figures seen by a subject into images by measuring human brain activity.
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The question remains however, whether the designer will ever get it right based on our exacting bride’s self image of being, of course, a perfect size 0 in said wedding dress.