Mind pool: encouraging self-reflection through ambiguous bio-feedback

@inproceedings{Long2013MindPE,
  title={Mind pool: encouraging self-reflection through ambiguous bio-feedback},
  author={Kiel Long and John Vines},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2013}
}
In this interactivity we present Mind Pool, an exploratory Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) interactive artwork that provides real-time feedback of brain activity to those interacting with it. Brain activity is represented sonically and physically via a magnetically reactive liquid that sits in a pool in front of the participant. Mind Pool is designed to present this information ambiguously so as to encourage sustained interactions and self-reflection from participants through motivating them to… CONTINUE READING
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