Brain Computer Music Interfacing

Joel Eaton

A talk by Joel Eaton for the MPA Research Lecture series

5.30pm Monday 22 February 2016

Jerome Booth Music Therapy Centre, Cambridge

Brain-computer music interfacing provides the ability to control music using only your brainwaves. This has huge potential for users with limited or no motor abilities, such as paralysis or locked-in syndrome, where access to music making can otherwise be restricted.

This talk will look at the development of BCMI systems that investigate how brainwave control can be used for musical creativity, collaborative interaction, and emotion-led live performance.

Brain Computer Music Interface