While listening to a 2 minutes music composition, users scalp-electrical-activity disturbs the curve of a spiral.

How did this project use Max?

Emotiv/EPOC headset data is sent to MAX using OSC. Then using Jitter.GL objects a spiral was rendered in real time on a display placed in front of the user. Simultaneously, using a meta-programming approach, MAX generates a .pdf file with a vectorial version of the same spiral.

December 30, 2012 | 3:07 am

This is a very interesting project. Is there a video of it available? Would love to see this work in real time.

January 3, 2013 | 6:30 am

Hi Yuvi,

Unfortunately I did not record any video of this work because during its presentation I had to leave to teach a class in another geographic place. I just found a picture from the realtime GL render. Maybe there was someone in the audience or visitors that did some footage.. I will try to make some contacts.. If I find a video I will let you know.


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