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Enhance Musical Brains: The Cognitive Exoskeleton

Science meets music in a live experiment, where neuroscientist demonstrate how human-machine teams may help people lead better lives. Using a brain-sensing headband, scientists will monitor the brainwaves of the band Beemo and select audience members simultaneously during a live show. This information is collected for Lockheed Martin’s Cognitive Exoskeleton and displayed as color-coded graphs on a giant screen.

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Questions

  1. How does music change a performer’s brain waves?
  2. How does music change an audience member’s brain waves?
  3. How can understanding how our brains work help people get the most out of their brain’s performance?

Speakers

Organizer

Greg Lester, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories Communications Manager , Lockheed Martin


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