I'm attempting to figure out the easiest way to connect a human brain to a machine, in order to implement Immersive Reality. Constraints are below:
- Read all user movements, and prevent the information from going to the real muscles (except for the vital ones)
- Block sensory information from the real world, and give input on the virtual world instead
I'm thinking of something along the lines of connecting every single nerve directly to the machine, but have a lot less certainty on how to carry that out exactly. From the number of connections, to where the connections should be added (some bionic limbs visibly don't require sticking anything inside the body to work, though I'll admit they don't allow for nearly as much liberty of movement as I want here), to anything I might want to keep in mind as I write this.
Would this necessarily require extensive surgery? If so, how long would the operation/recovery supposedly last?
(Note: Implementation of the immersive virtuality once the connections are made is dealt with; I just need help with the hardware.)
Thanks in advance :)