Through Brian Wilson's Eyes

MM reader Kevin had the opportunity to see what it’s like to look through Brian Wilson’s eyes, or at least during the Giants championship parade this past Wednesday:

My company  sponsored a float at the giants parade and I got to ride on it…  took loads of pics and video.  Thought you might enjoy seeing/posting a video that shows the experience from the perspective of being in it…  it’s pretty insane…

Can’t wait for Lateral Geniculate Nucleus implant technology to reach the point when we can actually look through Brian Wilson’s eyes while he pitches the final strike of the World Series.  Science!


3 Responses to “Through Brian Wilson's Eyes”

  1. kevin says:

    was seriously the biggest rush ever. If doing this wasn’t on my bucket list, it is now.. and it’s checked off

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