1, Jan 2024
Virtual Reality Technology Explored in Sword Art Online

Sword Art Online Technology in Real Life

Imagine if you could play a video game while your senses of touch, sight, sound, and smell remain as vivid as they are in reality. That is what the NerveGear provides for players of Sword Art Online.

The device, invented by sociopathic gamemaster Akihiko Kayaba and distributed by his company Argus, allows players to log into the VR world Aincrad. However, the headset also kills them if they die in the game or someone attempts to take it off.


Nerve gear psychotronics is a device that can transmit and receive brain signals. There are tens of thousands of these signals, and they are all essential to brain function. While this technology is not currently available, it may be possible in the future. This device has been popularized in the anime Sword Art Online. It aired at the perfect time to capitalize on virtual reality’s growing popularity, and it was a major success.

The creator of Oculus VR, Palmer Luckey, recently created a headset that kills people in real life. He announced this on his blog, revealing that he had modified the hardware to kill players in real life if they die in the game. He was inspired by the anime series Sword Art Online, which features a similar device. The fictional version of this equipment, called Aincrad, is able to shut down the player’s brain through microwaves and cause a hemorrhage. The headset also disables all brain-to-body movement commands and body-to-brain sensory feedback, which makes it almost impossible to move outside of the game.


FullDive is a hypothetical technology that allows users to enter an immersive virtual reality experience. It is a much more advanced version of virtual reality than what we currently have, and it would allow users to control the game with their thoughts. This type of technology is featured in numerous anime and light novel series, such as Sword Art Online and Ready Player One.

NerveGear is the first full-dive VR system to be released. It is used to trap players in the Sword Art Online world by preventing them from logging out. It is also mentioned in the Accel World light novel series. The fourth generation FullDive device is known as the Soul Translator (, Sourutoransureta souru toransureta).

The Full Dive system would use a brain-computer interface to link to a player’s brain, allowing them to control the system with their thoughts. This is similar to the BCIs that are used by people who cannot speak and send information through facial nerve signals.


Argus is an anomaly detection analytical AI Agent that continuously analyzes an ever-expanding universe of complex open-source data, in multiple languages, to predict foreign threats hidden in plain sight. Seeded with expert-defined ground truth, Argus produces actionable, explainable and reliable anomalies detected for orders of magnitude less cost than growing teams of human experts.

With Argus, museums and galleries stay accessible, visible and relevant to visitors the world over. It enables them to offer deeper, in-context information about individual artifacts, and to create collections of related objects. It also provides more flexible, efficient purpose-built workflows, and minimizes training time for staff. Moreover, it allows them to expand their outreach and access by linking directly to their entire collection via public portals. The result is increased engagement and stronger partnerships between collections, IT and faculty.


During the Aincrad arc of Sword Art Online, Kirito discovers that he can control the game by stimulating nerves in his brain. This technology allows him to taste food, feel the wind and weather, and move his body in the game. It is also possible to interact with other players by using this technology.

The NerveGear can also be used to relive memories from the past. This feature is particularly useful for people who are unable to remember certain events in their lives. It is a great way to help them overcome traumas and live life more fully.

Aincrad is a skyborne hundred-floor castle in the virtual world of Sword Art Online, a VRMMORPG developed by Argus along with the NerveGear. It is a simulation designed to be beatable, and its creator, Kayaba Akihiko, has trapped ten thousand unsuspecting players inside the game. The game was created with the goal of allowing users to experience the fantasy world that they had always wanted to see.

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1, Jan 2024
1. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART): Treating Infertility with Sperm and Egg 2. Embryo Transfer: Final Step in IVF Process for Pregnancy Success 3. Cryopreservation: Preserving Cells and Tissues for Fertility Preservation 4. Sperm Injection: Boosting Fertilization Rates and Selecting Healthy Embryos 5. Surrogacy: A Challenging and Rewarding ART Treatment

Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is the process of treating infertility using sperm and an egg. ART techniques include in vitro fertilization and cryopreservation.

ART involves complex emotional issues and diverse family, cultural, and religious beliefs and expectations. It requires a cohesive interdisciplinary team. ART outcomes have important public health implications.

1. Embryo transfer

Embryo transfer is the final step in the IVF process and involves placing one or more embryos into your uterus. This is usually done 2-6 days after your eggs are collected. This is a painless procedure but you may experience some cramping.

The embryos are examined for quality and chromosomal health. If any are abnormal, they will be cryopreserved and saved for future use.

A speculum is inserted into the vagina and ultrasound for accuracy, and a catheter is placed through the cervix into the uterus. A syringe containing the embryo or embryos is attached to the catheter and is injected into the uterus.

Studies show that there is a window of implantation, when the embryo attaches to the lining of the uterus. This increases pregnancy success rates. By transferring only a single embryo, known as elective single-embryo transfer (eSET), we can also prevent multiple births which are more difficult to manage medically and have more adverse health outcomes than singleton babies.

2. Cryopreservation

Cryopreservation has become a widely used technique to preserve cells and tissues on a large scale. Cryoprotective agents are used to modulate the freezing and thawing process, which is the main influencing factor on cellular survival [1].

The two most common methods of cryopreservation are slow freezing and vitrification. Slow freezing (also known as controlled rate or programmable freezing) involves cooling the sample at a slow and controllable temperature, while vitrification involves the use of an extremely rapid cooling process to prevent damage to the sample.

Embryo cryopreservation is often used for fertility preservation, such as when a person or person designated female at birth has cancer treatment that could affect their ability to get pregnant, or when a transgender man or woman wants to freeze eggs or embryos before beginning hormone therapy or having gender affirmation surgery. ART techniques often involve using donated eggs and sperm or frozen embryos that have been stored prior to the procedure.

3. Sperm injection

Sperm carries half of the chromosomes needed for conception, and when it unites with an egg containing the other half, fertilization is complete. Several different types of fertility treatments fall under ART, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), intrauterine insemination (IUI) and surrogacy.

One of the most effective ART techniques is intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), which involves injecting a single healthy sperm directly into a mature egg. This laboratory technique can help couples with severe male factor infertility, unexplained infertility and poor fertilization rates during standard IVF.

ICSI requires the stimulation of a woman’s eggs, so it may be necessary to undergo an egg retrieval procedure before this treatment can be administered. Once the eggs are harvested, sperm is injected into each egg through a special needle to increase the chance of fertilization. ICSI has significantly higher success rates than conventional IVF. It also enables the couple to select the embryo with the best chance of becoming a baby.

4. Surrogacy

Surrogacy is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment that involves a woman who agrees to carry a baby for another couple. It can be a difficult process, but it can also be rewarding for both parties. The most successful couples and surrogates are those who take their time and do careful prescreening, to ensure the best outcome for everyone involved.

During the pregnancy, the intended parents are kept updated on the surrogate’s progress via regular reports and scans. They are usually at the hospital during delivery, although some may choose to attend remotely.

Many surrogates are family members or friends of the intended parent, as this can help build trust and reduce stress. However, there are surrogates who have been chosen from the outside and have a varying degree of experience. For some, the decision to become a surrogate is motivated by the desire to help others; for others, it’s about the money. Regardless, it is a very challenging job.

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