EEG AR Clinics at LACMA

The project will also include experimental performances which will take place in the Art + Technology Lab during the production of the project. The lab space will be transformed into a clinic-like installation and the public will be invited. They will be outfitted with EEG-reading brainwave sensors and ask to think deeply about what he or she has lost. Once the software detects a measurable and consistent pattern, it will issues a database call to instantiate a virtual object selected randomly from the database of lost objects. The virtual object then appears in front of the participant using augmented reality technology.

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EEG AR: Things We Have Lost, Lost Students of Guerrero, John Craig Freeman, LACMA Art + Technology 2015.
View on any late model mobile device with the free DAQRI augmented reality app.

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EEG AR: Things We Have Lost, Lost By Standers, John Craig Freeman, LACMA Art + Technology 2015.
View on any late model mobile device with the free DAQRI augmented reality app.

Please see the Course Calendar for specific times and dates.

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