AUDIO: Listen To A Concert Cellist Play A Duet With Her Own Brain-wamu885
Saturday, February 3, 201812:01 AM(View: 12869)
This is a fascinating concept. "Ever wonder what your brainwaves sound like? Chicago Symphony Orchestra cellist Katinka Kleijn did so, along with composer Daniel Dehaan and sound engineer Ryan Ingebritsen, she figured out how to translate her brain's electrical signals into sound."
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