It may not be possible to read other people’s minds, but viewers can now see what two people are feeling through the art installation “BrainStorming: Empathy.”
Victoria Vesna, a design media arts professor and Mark Cohen, a neuroscience professor in residence created “BrainStorming: Empathy,” a piece of performance and experiential art, after four years of work. Read more...
Photo: In the art installation "Brainstorming: Empathy,"
participants wear EEG-equipped headpieces, allowing them to see each other's brain wave activity through colored LEDs, resulting in wordless communication. (courtesy of Victoria Vesna)