We propose the use of SSVEP (Steady State Visual Evoked Potentials) in such a way as to cause the eye itself to function as a camera.
By recording brainwaves in response to flickering visual stimuli, we read the ‘mind’s eye’ and are able to successfully reconstruct a visual image of subject matter that a person is looking at. In addition to causing the eye itself to function as a camera, we also propose a new way to visualize and photograph human vision and human perception, i.e. a new way to see and understand human vision. This new ‘meta-vision’ (vision of vision) has many applications in healthcare, from testing human vision to furthering our understanding of the brain. Please see the link to the paper above.