Photos from the very early history of Rosenboom's work in extended musical interface with the human nervous system
Rosenboom began experimenting with ways to investigate linking brain functions to musical production, perception of musical forms, and musical proprioception in the late 1960s and continues to explore new directions at present. During the 1970s this work concentrated on auditory event-related potentials (ERPs) in relation to musical attention and perception of forms. Later in the 1990s brain signals were used in multi-media productions, including the self-organizing opera, On Being Invisible II—Hypatia Speaks to Jefferson in a Dream. Most recently, Rosenboom has been exploring techniques for complexity dimension analysis of EEG and music and utilizing mobile devices to implement feedback paradigms. These images were collected from a variety of public events during the very early phases of that history.
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