That would be an interesting experiment. Farsight looks like they're looking for ways to make RV more interesting to a broader audience, I wonder if this is somehting they'd consider? The feedback may be considered a bit of a problem here, if you're viewing beings you can't otherwise prove exist... maybe the feedback could take the form of seeing whether what you learned increases the accuracy of the viewers who apply it, in subjective, and hopefully measurable objective ways. My own thinking based on meditating and on reading metaphysical books (Seth, Yogananda) is that it depends a lot on how capable the viewers are of understanding what they're perceiving. I don't have any trouble imagining that people can RV the best RVers on this planet, other planets, or in parallel or even potential realities where RVers are significantly better (however you describe that, e.g. faster, more accurate, less distracted by noise), but will your viewers have the ability to understand why? Also the question of whether humans here and now can simply apply techniques to improve comes up. Ingo was great and IIRC tried to understand exactly what he did that worked so well, so he could train others to do it. But not everyone who uses his technique gets the same accuracy (like me lol). Maybe RVers would have to do something to change their state. To me this is an interesting question, I would love to see it pursued, both in RV and in scifi, lol.