I love exploring my mind and my imagination, and I love training it. I also believe that the fundamental key to a successfully functioning brain computer interface is an efficient and controlled use of your imagination. But imagination is a peripheral area of research in neuroscience, and even though imagination based brain computer interfaces depend on, you guess it, imagination, there is not even a theory of imagination, despite any kind of practicing book or in depths discussion about the capabilities of imagination.

Since there were no books and I really enjoy delving into my imagination, I wrote a practicing book myself about exploring and training these numerous capabilities. I call the process of applying your imagination in the contexts of the training book “iscaping”, or just scaping, and the people practicing this scaper. “iscapes” is short for “imagination scape” which is a rough translation of the German word “Imaginationsraum”, for which there is no word in the English language.