26 October 2019, 15:30 - 16:30
Krisztián Hofstädter introduces his research where he develops a Brain-Computer Music Interface which composes soundscapes that employ real-time electroencephalography, ie brainwave measurements. The soundscapes are immersive and interactive audio neurogames that propose to help learn control awareness and understand consciousness. In this demonstration Krisztian will use open source hardware (OpenBCI) and software (SuperCollider). https://bcmi.khofstadter.info/.
This event is part of Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
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