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780465089970 03 02 0465089976 03 9780465089970 15 9780465089970 14 09780465089970 01 BB <b202>01</b202> <b203>We Have the Technology</b203> <b029>How Biohackers, Foodies, Physicians, and Scientists Are Transforming Human Perception, One Sense at a Time</b029> 15 9780465073757 1 A01 Kara Platoni Platoni, Kara Kara Platoni 1 01 eng 304 SCI036000 10 TEC059000 10 SCI010000 01 01
How do we know what's real? That's not a trick question: sensory science is increasingly finding that we don't perceive reality: we create it through perception. In We Have the Technology, science writer Kara Platoni guides us through the latest developments in the science of sensory perception.

We Have the Technology introduces us to researchers who are changing the way we experience the world, whether creating scents that stimulate the memories of Alzheimer's patients, constructing virtual limbs that approximate a sense of touch, or building augmented reality labs that prepare soldiers for the battlefield. These diverse investigations not only explain previously elusive aspects of human experience, but offer tantalizing glimpses into a future when we can expand, control, and enhance our senses as never before.

A fascinating tour of human capability and scientific ingenuity, We Have the Technology offers essential insights into the nature and possibilities of human experience.
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Perception -- Physiological aspects.
Senses and sensation.
Wearable technology.