Communicating with non-corporeal or post-material beings using different devices and equipment has been a field for over a one hundred years. This is the reporting of findings from a novel, exploratory study presently underway, which will be completed by the time of the conference.
This talk will present novel methods for using AI to enhance or potentially automate remote viewing procedures like target feature extraction for multi-modal scoring, monitoring and more.
How can we help address complex scientific problems, inspire technical innovations, and direct scientific research and technological developments in a world that requires a much faster pace of discovery? Operational Precognitive Remote Viewing (OPRV) is one approach that has shown promise in this area.
The presentation will examine the history and individuals in the intersecting worlds of OBEs and remote viewing and their relevance to our modern understanding of remote viewing.
The 2022 Warcollier Award was won by a research project that focuses on measuring the concrete hit accuracy of CRV sessions. The results provide a standardized benchmark that can reveal the strengths and weaknesses of the individual viewer.