No, I’m not talking about direct-to-video releases, and I’m not talking about the creative process from a filmmaker’s conception through to the big screen debut – I’m talking about scientists extracting your thoughts and then projecting them for someone else to see. For example, displaying your memories to a jury.
The article I link to above is a couple of years old, but I was unaware of it at the time I wrote BRAIN STORM, a courtroom sci-fi with a twist.
The idea of being able to read/display thoughts technologically is fascinating, with all kinds of practical applications – good and bad. What would you use that kind of technology for?