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Silent Sync

May 20 through June 3, 2011
Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, New York City

Silent Sync is an interactive installation which uses human brain waves. In this installation, 2 people sit on chairs facing each other, then put on a special EEG sensor. The EEG sensor continuously detects human brain waves and calculates how much the participants are concentrating on each other and how much they feel comfortable in real time. Data from the brain is converted to 3D visualizations and sounds in the software.

How was MAX used?

Max is used in building user interface, generating visuals and sounds, and connecting to the input devices.

Silent Sync

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