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World First In Mind-Reading Web Technology

World First In Mind-Reading Web Technology

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NZ COMPANY CLAIMS WORLD FIRST IN MIND-READING WEB TECHNOLOGY

Auckland based company Acclaim Datasystems has developed what is believed to be the worlds first "Mind-Reading" web site. In conjunction with Prof. Fredric Olinaboute, one of the world's leading experts in Compu-biocyberthinknetics, Acclaim has created 'CyberbionetÔ '.

"Since arriving in New Zealand from my native homeland, it has been a dream of mine to utilise the technologies developed during the cold war, but with a peaceful purpose in mind." Said Prof. F. Olinaboute. " The concept development was not quite as difficult as we first thought, and is simply based on 'brain-impulse' technology developed over the past twenty years. The hard part was filtering out random and frankly 'immoral' thoughts, particularly from male web surfers, which seemed to appear every five seconds." The filtration system has worked with great success, but as a result the website has become slower and can not be seen at all in parts of Australia.

Compu-biocyberthinknetics is a relatively unknown science, based on the interaction between a computer users bio-electrical field and the electromagnetic field of a normal computer system. In basic terms, as a person thinks, they experience an increase in bio-electrical activity. These 'brain-impulses' have a small, but calculable, effect on the computer systems electromagnetic field. By calculating the level of electromagnetic distortion and comparing these levels to a stored dictionary of over 50,000 words and dialects, including Welsh, the software is literally able to translate thought into the written word.

"As this is leading edge technology, it is not fully supported by all Internet Browsers. Currently we are achieving the best results using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5Ô or Brauserski Ô from my native homeland. In addition to this, the size of information transferred requires a fairly high speed internet connection." Prof. Olinaboute said.

The worlds first interactive test of this remarkable software can be viewed at www.acclaimgroup.co.nz, by following the link to 'Cyberbionet'. The award winning internet browser "Brauserski Ô " may be purchased on-line for 4 Hats + postage and packaging. Please visit our website for details.

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