27 setembro 2009

Supported by two London residential buildings is a glass footbridge which hosts a metallic neoprene sanctuary space. The pulsing sphere responds to guest’s brain activity, operating in multiple states of flux. Harnessing EEG feedback, a technique that measures in-flight brain activity in NASA pilots, brain signals are collected from sensors imbedded in furniture and fed via a processing unit to a fluidic muscle controller which expands and contracts the sphere. When guests realize their stress levels directly impact on the sphere, a state of ‘play’ is engaged, seducing them to proactively alter their brain state to leave their individual mark.

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