Reactivating the Neural Dimension Role in Interactive Arts
Abstract

The author created a neural interactive artwork in the form of a holographic puzzle in an attempt to expand the functional role of the neural brain activities in the interactive artistic processes. With synchronous neural communication being the structural concept for this project, the experimental setup connects the display system of puzzle pieces with the participant's electrical brain activities via an EEG system. This experiment reveals the effect of the functional expansion of the participant's neural responses and the possibility of analyzing the interactive processes quantitatively in an operational interpretation of the neural dimension in interactive arts.


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