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.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How does music change a performer’s brain waves?
- How does music change an audience member’s brain waves?
- How can understanding how our brains work help people get the most out of their brain’s performance?
- William Casebeer, Lockheed Martin Senior Program Manager, Lockheed Martin
- Bartlett Russell, Lockheed Martin Program Manager, Lockheed Martin
- Anthony Mickle, Bass player and Communications, Lockheed Martin
- Justin Sachez, Director of DARPA's Biological Technologies Office (BTO) , Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Greg Lester, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories Communications Manager , Lockheed Martin
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