Artificial Sensory Induction Systems Technology or ASIST is a technology that can record, process and feed false sensory input to the brain, resulting in simulation of a unique experience. Developed in 2018 by Dr. Hosato Hikita of ESP Systems in Chicago, ASIST has become wildly popular among the entertainment industry because of the full-immersion, simulated-sensory experience, leading to the simsense medium, while the computer industry has used the ASIST technology as a human interface with the high-speed, high-information dataflow that modern computer systems and networks, such as the Matrix, that would have overwhelmed users interfacing with traditional methods.


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