2007 - 08
Video documentation of Muxology (excerpts)
Muxing mind into visual music:
Muxology is an experimental video project that explores the relationship between abstract visual music and psychophysical states. Drawing upon an idea of reverse engineering along with neuroscience, the project investigates the potential for visual music to provide psychophysical benefits. Muxology prototype is a result from a collaborative experiment with New York University’s Neuroscience Lab conducted by Rodolfo Llinas. Brain activity data captured by a MEG (Magnetoencephalography) machine (while subjects were viewing the work) was used to create the prototype that consists of 4 parts: orb, bell, yume and linear.
This project was made possible by NY Experimental Televsion and New York University Neuroscience Lab
Multiplex, Mux, Neuroscience, Brain science, Psychophysics, Psychophysiology, Electrophysiology, Reverse engineering, MEG.
Hardware: Macbook Pro, MEG machine, Projection screen.
Software: Modul8, FinalCut Pro, Proprietary data capture applications for the MEG machine.