In addition to funding our research, this campaign is about building a community of scientists. We believe that scientific research should be collaborative and easily accessible. Crowdfunding allows us to actualize your ideas and scientific visions.
The Inner Intel Project is an innovative, crowdfunded research campaign powered by UBC researchers and students. We believe that Ouijas are a window into our unconscious mind, and our research methods offer the first in-depth look into the human subconscious.
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What are we working on?
How much do you really know?
Join our team of UBC researchers as we explore the subconscious mind
Why are we doing this?
How can you help?
Who are we?
Who would've thought that Ouija boards do more than summon spirits? Our previously published results show we have found the first useful tool to empirically investigate the subconscious. How much information do we carry around buried below the level of consciousness, and how can we better access them? These are the questions we are working to answer.
Crowdfunding is essential to the success of our project. It eliminates the challenges we faced in common funding methods due to inefficient application procedures and the controversial nature of Ouijas. It helps us connect with individuals passionate about science, making research a transparent, collaborative experience for everyone.
Spread the word and support our crowdfunding campaign by joining our team.
As a part of our team, you could:
Be included in the acknowledgements of our publication, as well as various recognitions on our social media platforms
Become a crucial member of our outreach campaign. You are our official partner and the words you spread will make our voices heard
Have access to exclusive member-only updates, and be able to engage with our researchers regarding our research progress
Be able to have your questions answered, and to contribute your ideas and suggestions when it comes to our research
Dr. Ronald Rensink
Dr. Helene Gauchou
Dakota & Docky
Associate Professor, Psychology and Computer Science, UBC
Principal Investigator, UBC Visual Cognition Lab
Principle Investigator for the InnerIntel Project
Research Assistants for the InnerIntel Project