by Taylor Crisdale
A Wonderful Night for a Braindance
PLES MOŽGANOV, or “Braindance”, is an experiment bridging the gap between science and art. 20 volunteers were put into a black box with no stimuli except for sound, and as their brainwaves were measured, they listened to an audio track they had never heard before.
The experiment drew from how much the listener could concentrate, and how much they could relax. The results were visualized, and all the volunteers got to take home a picture of their brain in action. Take a look!
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