Japan quake survivor's brain waves used to create music

The anniversary of the March 11th Great East Japan Earthquake is coming up, so to commemorate the one year anniversary, artist Masaki Batoh come up with a unique method to literally harness the stress the disaster caused.

Batoh's creation is called Brain Pulse Music and uses a modified EEG machine and headgear sensor that communicates with a motherboard. The readings are derived from patients affected by the disaster, thus giving the human pain of the event a direct audio component. You can see the Brain Pulse Music system in action in the video below.

Via CoolHunting

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