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Remote viewing (RV) is a procedure developed by parapsychologists at the Stanford Research Institute and an artist, Ingo Swann, to perform clairvoyance under controlled conditions.

Remote Viewing allegedly allows a viewer to use his or her clairvoyant abilities to "view", or gather information on a target, which can be any object, place, person, etc., which is hidden from physical view of the viewer. The target can be separated from the viewer in space by a significant distance, and is sometimes separated in time (in the future or past) as well.