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Music Visualisation Posters

Die Idee, Audiosignale irgendwie zu visualisieren um sie dann als Poster an Wände zu hängen ist nicht ganz neu und meistens dennoch recht schick.

Diese B1 Poster aus dem Hause Braindance gehen da optisch mal einen etwas ungewohnten Weg und sehen dabei hyperschick aus, wie ich finde.

This interesting neuro-art project named Braindance, tries to bridge the gap between art and science. The goal was to visualise the differences in peoples initial responses to music they listened to for the first time. Designer and Visualiser Črtomir Just and colleagues, teamed up with BlackBox and EEG technology to measure the brainwaves of 20 volunteers listening to a musical piece made by music composer, Kleemar.

The measurements took place in a specially constructed black box, where the subjects were deprived from all senses except hearing. The team concentrated on visualising the two most significant and scientifically explainable measures – focus and flow. Focuses told a subjects concentration, while flow showed each subjects relaxation amount. The results were visualised on B1 posters and exhibited.

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