Brain machine ‘improves musicianship’
July 25, 2003 | Source: BBC News
Scientists have created a technique using biofeedback that dramatically improves the performance of musicians.
The “Neurofeedback” system monitors brain activity through sensors attached to the scalp which filter out the brainwaves. These filtered brainwaves are then fed back to the individual in the form of a video game displayed on a screen.
The participant learns to control the game by altering particular aspects of their brain activity.