NEUROMUSE: TRAINING YOUR BRAIN THROUGH MUSICAL INTERACTION

@inproceedings{Groux2009NEUROMUSETY,
  title={NEUROMUSE: TRAINING YOUR BRAIN THROUGH MUSICAL INTERACTION},
  author={Sylvain Le Groux and Paul Fmj Verschure},
  year={2009}
}
Human aural system is arguably one of the most refined sensor we posess. It is sensitive to such highly complex stimuli as conversations or musical pieces. Be it a speaking voice or a band playing live, we are able to easily perceive relaxed or agitated states in an auditory stream. In turn, our own state of agitation can now be detected via electroencephalography technologies. In this paper we propose to explore both ideas in the form of a framework for conscious learning of relaxation through… CONTINUE READING

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