Psych Dome

Jonathan Weinel (Producer)

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchSoftware

Abstract

Computer EEG-controlled audio-visualisation software adapted for use by Sacred Resonance for 'Noosphere: A Vision Quest', a performance at Adelaide Planetarium, as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventNoosphere: A Vision Quest - Adelaide, Australia
Duration: 4 Mar 20166 Mar 2016

Bibliographical note

Software description: Psych Dome is an interactive visual music installation project. Psych Dome synthesises geometric visual patterns similar to those seen in experiences of hallucination, and provides an accompanying soundtrack. These are linked to the user's brain activity through use of a consumer-grade EEG headset, which provides control signals that affect various parameters of the graphics and sound in real-time. The first presentation of Psych Dome was in an immersive dome environment (full-dome) at Glyndwr University in 2013, which was also used as a basis for a human-computer interaction research study. Technically the software works using Processing and Max/MSP software. Psych Dome was also used as part of Sacred Resonance's 2016 performance 'Noosphere: A Vision Quest'.

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    Weinel, J. (Producer). (2016). Psych Dome. Software, Retrieved from http://www.jonweinel.com/media/Psych_Dome_Software_v1.0.zip