What Is Color, Sensation, and Space? How Brains Make Colors, Sounds, Smells, Tastes, Touches, Temperatures, Pains, and Perceptual Space

What Are Sensations?

What Is Light? How Brains Make Visual Sensations

What Is Sound? How Brains Make Sound Sensations

What Is Touch? How Brains Make Touch Sensations

What Is Odor? How Brains Make Smell Sensations

What Is Taste? How Brains Make Taste Sensations

What Is Pain? How Brains Make Pain Sensations

Speculations on Experience and Consciousness

Speculations on Consciousness

Mind and the Mental

What Is Light and its Brightness and Color? How Vision Space-Based Computing Makes Light in Space

Spatial Datatypes

Networks

Surface, geometric, and physical properties

Media and Ethers

Space-Display Computing

Appendices about Vision Biology

Evolution of Sensation and Perception

Human Development of Sensation and Perception

Vision Physiology

Perceptual Space

Appendices about Information Processing

Information Theory

Neural Networks Can Perform Algorithms

Holographic Processing

Neuron Assemblies Can Process Information and Run Programs

Procedure-Oriented Programming

Computer and Robotic Vision

Object-Oriented Programming

Vector Graphics

Appendices about Philosophy

Consciousness and Philosophy

Meaning

New Things

Sensations

Appendices about Light, Color, and Brightness

Color Properties

Color Coordinates

Color Harmonic Ratios

Hearing, Touch, Temperature, Smell, and Taste

Appendices about Mathematics

Geometric Algebra

Vectors Can Have Alternative Representations

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