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In Biocentric Game you play with cellular automata, called “Emoticells” because they are able to show their mood, in a fast paced and dynamic environment.
The fascinating part is that their mood might be influenced by your Consciousness.

This App is a game, but it is also an intriguing experiment that you can run by yourself, so as to reach your own conclusion about its interpretation.
You can perform your researches while playing this relaxing game.

Playing the Game
During the game the Emoticells evolve, starting their life as young cells, then after a while they can become adults.
An adult cell, in turn, after having gathered some nutrition and experience, can either reproduce itself by mitosis or form a tissue.
You win in the game after than a tissue having ten cells is formed.

The Entanglement
Inside the simulation some scatter plots will promptly inform you about the level of Entanglement you are able to provide to the simulation, many visual and sound effects show when you reach the Coherence .
At the end of the game you have a complete report of your performance, and in case of a victory you can share your accomplishment.

Background
Investigations of mind-matter interaction, using controlled methods in laboratories by qualified scientists, have reached todays a significant volume, but the their interpretation is still controversial.
Targets of these studies can be both ‘Micro-PK’ (microscopic dimension) and ‘Macro-PK’ targets (visible to a naked eye).
One example of a scientific publication related to the ‘Micro-PK’ field of investigation was originated by neuroscientist Lawrence Farwell and physicist George Farwell, their study reports (pages 956-957)

The Concept
Biocentric Game reports measurements of the effects of the interaction among Consciousness and physical processes, and utilise this process as a precise instrument to rapidly and accurately feed back information to the user. The simulation is rich of archetypes inspired by the traditions of the videogames, the links driving the player towards influencing the target are already put in place since the beginning, they are the foundation of the process. In our intentions, the consciousness of the user (if he has experience with videogames) can’t avoid to provide the effect.

Evaluating the Randomness
In Biocentric Game the methods for evaluating the randomness are directly derived by the algorithms of the U.S. National Institute for Standards and Technologies (NIST):
– Special Publication 800-22: “A Statistical Test Suite for Random and Pseudorandom Number Generators for Cryptographic Applications”

Features of the App
– Beautiful compelling animations and special FX
– Dynamic real-time line graphs into the game scene
– Autorotation Everywhere
– Game can be put in stand-by and resumed at the same point
– Social Sharing of the matches, if you win
– Dropbox integration for saving all information on your Dropbox account
– Challenge the ANU QRNG, the most advanced in the World
– Play disconnected by the Internet using the local RNG
– Gracefully scale to the local RNG if network problems arise towards ANU QRNG
– Comprehensive information available inside the help menu

Credits:
The Australian National University
Thanks to: the Center for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology
for providing the ANU Quantum Random Numbers Server that offers true random numbers to anyone on the internet.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology
for providing “A Statistical Test Suite for Random and Pseudorandom Number Generators for Cryptographic Applications” and the source code used inside Biocentric Game for the analysis of the randomness of the sequences.

American Society for Cell Biology
and their website http://www.cellimagelibrary.org for providing the images of Human Cells used in the background of the screens of Biocentric Game.


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