EEG

Performance Art

Artist Figured Out How To Control Water With Her Mind

An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's brain wave-bending installations.
Beckett Mufson
7.3.17
data art

A Cyber Architect 3D-Printed the Brain's Response to Love

53 stories of love become 3D-printed mandalas of emotion in 'LOVE PROJECT.'
Becky Chung
5.29.17
data art

This Painting Was Made With Someone’s Memories

A tech studio can turn your brainwaves into art with an algorithm.
Catherine Chapman
5.21.17
Gaming

This Brainwave-Based Arcade Game Was Designed to Improve Concentration

Miyeon Kim’s ‘Link-Link’ game measures your brainwaves using an EEG biosensor headset.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.4.17
Music

Here's How to Make Music With Only Your MIND!

These tech-aided, brainwave-created music experiments bring a new meaning to "straight off the dome."
Becky Chung
1.2.17
Art

The World's First "Brainwave Opera" Is a Mind-F*ck

The story of covert WWII operative Noor Inayat Khan becomes a neurologically-driven performance.
Nathaniel Ainley
11.5.16
Art

These Brainwave Artists Are Crafting the Future of Immersive Experiences

Investigating the nature of human consciousness and connectivity through the use of EEGs as an art form.
The Creators Project
10.18.16
Art

Biohacker Lisa Park Has Art on the Brain

Putting your brain waves on display makes for intimate, engrossing artwork.
Beckett Mufson
12.17.15
Art

Turn Your Brainwaves into Lasers at This Art Installation

Control and modulate a light and sound performance using an EEG headset at 'On Your Wavelength.'
Kevin Holmes
9.18.15
Installation

Brain-Shaped Light Installation Feeds on Your Thoughts

It's like an infinity mirror for brainwave interpretation.
Beckett Mufson
6.15.15
Art

I Moved Water with My Mind at an Art Installation

Mind controls matter in Lisa Park's 'Eunoia II,' on display at Reverse Space through June 6.
Beckett Mufson
5.10.15
Art

Find Your Lost Things In Augmented Reality—Using Brainwaves

'EEG AR: Things We Have Lost' is giving a virtual home to dispossessed objects.
Tanja M. Laden
4.13.15
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