A brain-computer interface in service of the arts

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Researchers at the University of Houston Brain-Machine Interface Systems Team, led by Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal, have been working with Becky Valls, associate professor of dance at the University of Huston, to create “a brain-computer interface in service of the arts”, as Jeannie Kever reports. A wireless EEG cap recording Valls brainwaves while performing dance allows her to modulate the stage lights during her live choreography. 

Read more at the Texas Medical Center news page and at the Huston Chronicle.

See rehearsal video.