Your brain waves translated into the stitches and patterning of a scarf–what a beautiful marriage of science and art!
(Click here if you cannot see the video.)
For the first NeuroKnitting case study, Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” Aria and its first seven variations were used. If you would like to listen to the music that inspired these brain waves, click here.
The EGG measured relaxation, excitement, and cognitive load to “make tangible our implicit states.”
Don’t you wonder what the same scarf would look like if different music been used?
Or perhaps reading? What if you were reading about NeuroKnitting?
To get truly meta, one might use the EGG to monitor their brain waves while knitting… to be translated into a knit scarf!
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