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(io9)   Stanford scientists turn seizure into creepy EEG fed music. Did I mention creepy?   (io9.com) divider line 10
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2013-10-10 09:54:50 AM
Sounds Australian Aboriginal.

/Good beat, easy to dance to.
 
2013-10-10 10:12:31 AM
Great... Next up : What an orgasm sounds like...
 
2013-10-10 11:56:27 AM

malle-herbert: Great... Next up : What an orgasm sounds like...


Seriously, now I want this for everything. Kids taking a math test and other shiat.
 
2013-10-10 05:49:20 PM
That was too awesome to have only 3 comments, so I made it 4.

Kingly Weevil: malle-herbert: Great... Next up : What an orgasm sounds like...

Seriously, now I want this for everything. Kids taking a math test and other shiat.


Hell yeah. Playing video games(phrenetic twitch shooters), sex, a variety of movies.(action, comedy, and scary).

Overlay it with the video and other accompanying stats such as heart rate and respiration, maybe render those other stats with distinct visualizations.

Sounds like an LSD trip but it could be very interesting.
 
2013-10-10 06:59:35 PM

Kingly Weevil: malle-herbert: Great... Next up : What an orgasm sounds like...

Seriously, now I want this for everything. Kids taking a math test and other shiat.


Really ?   It sounds like a Dalek having a seizure...
 
2013-10-10 07:11:04 PM
This came to mind for me:

cdn.ebaumsworld.com
 
2013-10-10 08:10:10 PM
Did anyone else almost hear speech in the non-seizure parts of the video?
 
2013-10-10 08:17:56 PM

Lord Jubjub: Did anyone else almost hear speech in the non-seizure parts of the video?


It's a formant filter.
I can only guess as to why they processed the data the way they did. I'd like to have seen the EEG that went along with it.
 
2013-10-10 09:10:49 PM
Sure it's creepy... but then again I have no idea what a normally functioning brain is SUPPOSED to sound like do I? Stupid scientists...
 
2013-10-11 02:24:58 PM

Guuberre: This came to mind for me:

[cdn.ebaumsworld.com image 328x247]


Me too.
 
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