Using Biofeedback and Facial Tracking Tehttps://digitalemotes.com/chnologies to Abstract Emotions.
See an example of the artists brain creating art: https://digitalemotes.com/
At a time like this provocative ideas may have traction. Aaron Tate, a member of our ArtSciLab ‘village” built a system that create artworks live that use your own brain data to create an artistic emulation.
In his 2018 Master’s Thesis, Aaron Tate details his project to “create an artistic visualization that would use both electroencephalogram and facial tracking technologies as input devices driving creative compositions in a digital interface. ” Taking influences form data visualization, cognitive science, art, and aesthetics, Digital Emotes is an interesting look at the integration of artistic visualization and neuroimaging to produce a visual reflection of current emotional state.
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