James Fung, a musician and computer engineer at the University of Toronto, has developed a program that can convert EEG recordings into music.
Fung is involved in the Regenerative Brain Wave Music Project, which “explores new physiological interfaces for musical instruments.”
As part of the project, he staged a concert in which the music and lighting were controlled by the audience’s brainwaves.
There’s more information, and some footage of the concert, in the film clip below.
[Via Mind Update]