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Brain Rhythms

Brainwave Music Tower

Tools:  Neurosky headset (mindwave), Projector, Processing 


      Brainwave Music Tower installation helps visitors understand how brain waves help us process   

      music. Visitors then stand underneath a tower-shaped booth and put on an EEG headset that

      hangs from the tower. As speakers within the tower begin to play music, the tower shows the interaction   

      between mind and music by displaying music audio waves and how the visitor's brainwaves reacts. 

      In collaboration with NYU researcher, Keith Doelling,

      our team designed interactive exhibits based on his research about brain rhythms sync to the beat of music.

      (Hayeon Hwang, Jeff Park, Linsey Daniel, Jina Jung)

      NYU Leslie eLab, NY  April 8 to April 10 2017 



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This installation is a part of Brainwave exhibition called 'Think in Sync' and it was consisted in 3 installations, Led Brain Sculpture, Speech Rhythm Game, and Music Tower to explain how our brain waves help us process sound.

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