The Memory to Media Center

Here at the MEMORY-TO-MEDIA CENTER we are able to render moving video images from your active memory. It begins with an analog signal produced by your brain waves. As the memory is recalled, electrodes placed on the scalp detect the signals which are then processed and recorded. The result is a frame-by-frame transcription of the recalled event. Through our patented optical converters, we are able to see a visual likeness of your recollections. With this specialized system YOUR MEMORIES can be saved to VHS cassette!

What do the images look like?
They look like faint movies of the memories you regularly experience in your mind's eye. Most recollections are distorted, and therefore the resulting images are often faded, yet quite discernable. The clearer the memory the clearer the image.

Is there audio recorded as well?
Unfortunately, audio has yet to be recorded that accurately corresponds with memory renderings.

Can dreams be recorded?
If you can recall the dream visually, it can be recorded.

Why is VHS used instead of Laser Disc?
Because of the random nature of brain activity, a synchronous video signal cannot be created. VHS has proven to be the most effective media upon which to record these asynchronous signals. The result can later be transfered to Digital Laser Disc, Beta, or High-8 Cassette.

Mind's Eye: Interior Memory Rendering

M2MC Techtryp.ct 1979 Prototype

Current M2MC Techtryp.ct