See how five technologies scramble your brain: GPS turns you into a terrible
driver, Google mucks with your memory, texting oblitertes yur spellnig skills, and
Dec 5, 2014 ... The brain responds differently to virtual reality than to real-world ... Virtual reality
is a growing technology used in everything from video games to rehab ... room,
the same neurons fired seemingly at random — in other words, ...
Mar 8, 2013 ... Your brain on maps: Map reading and orienteering are becoming lost arts in ... of
global positioning systems (GPS) and other geospatial technologies. ... Each new
innovation of Google Maps only brings about a decrease in ...
Dec 17, 2015 ... Science & Technology. Map. Brain's GPS system works differently in virtual reality
than in real-world environments ... If I'm walking around a room, some neurons
fire near the door, others around the middle of the room, and ..... Billion "invisible"
USS Zumwalt · According to Google searches...
Apr 24, 2016 ... Using a GPS to free your brain from the mundane task of getting ... Another
example of “modern” technology that changes our brain is the ...
Mar 30, 2016 ... This is the vision with which innovative companies such as Google and Amazon
tempt us. ... Successful navigation indoors will need other solutions, such as a
combination of wall-mounted ... Nobel prize for decoding brain's sense of place ...
GPS uses the World Geodetic System 1984, for example. In the ...
Feb 11, 2015 ... To avoid a crash, Zucker uses brain scans as maps. ... doing in real time, just like
that little progress dot on Google Maps' GPS. ... "You have all this different
technology and you rely on the surgeon to integrate it all," said Piron.
Apr 24, 2012 ... GPS vs. IPS. Last year, Google Maps for Android began introducing floor plans of
... Nokia's solution is similar, but it uses Bluetooth instead of WiFi, making it
higher ... More importantly, though, the chip also ties in with other sensors, such
as a ... Have you ever read “Dinosaur Brains: Dealing with All
Aug 24, 2016 ... Boy uses a smartphone and tablet rather than interacting with classmates. ...
process of “cognitive offloading,” or relying on Google, GPS, and other external ...
One group was able to use Google while the other had to rely on memory alone.
... One study using brain imaging technology showed that receiving ...
Oct 15, 2014 ... However, he admitted he rarely uses GPS. “It takes away ... With GPS technology,
the brain doesn't have to remember how to get from point A to point B. This
enables people to leave room in their brains for other information. “With any new
... we do things.” Tags: BYU, google maps, GPS, spatial navigation ...