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VR Headsets are a start, if you need to you can go deeper If you are talking of connection, our brain is in itself a massive computer, with sensory input affecting our thoughts and consciousness. So to be inside a computer, you only need to 'hijack' the senses in order to be inside one. The purpose of VR headsets is to give Sight and Sound senses to be ...


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This answer assumes you want to isolate the mind/consciousness of the user from their physical body while using the computer-brain interface I will borrow some technology from the Anime Sword Art Online, which should be quite close if not exactly what you are looking for. The following image shows a Nerve Gear, the first Full-Dive VR-Headset. It uses high-...


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First your premise that they won't "by trying too hard to detect a fake": As some one who has had a lot of CTs and MRIs: they may not find minute damage (esp. to axions) in patients who have brain injuries. However, they will do a CT & MRI right away and probably several different ones. This is because they will need to rule out bleeding in the brain ...


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If the question is "Would MRI scans reveal that this person is in fact NOT brain damaged"? Pretty much, yes. The main thing that would be a giveaway is the brains response (as in brain activity) in certain parts ( https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1647299/ ) to hearing, pain, etc. There is no way (at least that I've found) to ignore this to fake ...


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Falling down a K hole. It is hard to keep from responding to the world - especially if someone hurts you to see if you are faking. But it is a lot easier with drugs. Ketamine is used to achieve this state. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-a-k-hole-21861 Ketamine is a dissociative drug. In simple terms, dissociative drugs make users feel detached ...


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