Dr. Maša Jazbec, head of DDTlab, will hold a lecture on Friday, September 11, at 1 p.m., as part of the Ars Electronica festival, entitled Creating NeuroArt: Integrating BCI Interfaces into Contemporary Art Production.
BCI - Brain-Computer Interface - the interface between the brain and the computer is a computer system that captures brain signals, analyzes them, and converts them into appropriate commands to execute output applications. BCI systems were initially evolving towards biomedical applications. These enabled movements to the physically handicapped and replaced motor functionality. In addition to biomedical applications, efficient BCI systems are now useful in many other fields. Revealing the complex structure of the human brain and its functions has always been of interest to humankind. BCI technology has since its beginnings inspired artists who, within their practice use various research strategies. In this sense, the artist becomes a neuroscientist who explores the aesthetic and experiential traits of different artworks.
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