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Mind-blowing music: Tinie Tempah's brain scan

Mind-blowing music: Tinie Tempah's brain scan | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
What really happens to our brains when we hear music? Can science ever use music to shape our emotions? But what happened when Tinie agreed to let scientists scan his brain ‘on music’?
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Wenn Gedanken "klingen" - Patientin mit Hirnschaden leitet Orchester

Rosemary Johnson war Violinistin am Welsh National Opera Orchester. Bis sie durch einen Autounfall 1988 im Koma lag, und ihre sprachlichen un
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Dark matter is going to be represented through the medium of song

Dark matter is going to be represented through the medium of song | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Dark matter is so elusive that even physicists struggle to explain it – but now the invisible material that makes up 85 per cent of the universe is to be represented in song. 

The work, "Sonification of Dark Matter", will be premiered at the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival in Plymouth on Friday.
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Quantum Computers Don’t Make Sense. But This One Makes Music

Quantum Computers Don’t Make Sense. But This One Makes Music | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
A composer seeks to eavesdrop on the illogic at the heart of computing's next wave.
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Duo pour mezzo-soprano et ordinateur (soi-disant) quantique

Duo pour mezzo-soprano et ordinateur (soi-disant) quantique | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Dans un festival en Grande-Bretagne, la chanteuse Juliette Pochin a interprété une composition d’un chercheur en informatique musicale accompagnée par un ordinateu
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A mezzo soprano duets with a quantum computer

A mezzo soprano duets with a quantum computer | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
A musical first occurred last month when a mezzo soprano teamed up with a quantum supercomputer to produce a piece of music in three movements.
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Using Brain Signals, Disabled Violinist Plays Music For the First Time in 27 Years

Using Brain Signals, Disabled Violinist Plays Music For the First Time in 27 Years | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
"It’s not yet possible to read thoughts but we can train people to use brain signals to control things."
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Incredible mind-reading tech helps brain-damaged violinist make music again

Incredible mind-reading tech helps brain-damaged violinist make music again | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
This astounding piece of technology, called a Brain Computer Music Interface, has, by reading the mind of a musician paralyzed after a car crash 27 years ago, given her the ability to make music once again.
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Disabled violinist makes music with her brain waves - Gadget Mash

Disabled violinist makes music with her brain waves - Gadget Mash | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Rosemary Johnson makes her first music in 27 years thanks to EEG technology from Plymouth University Technology allows disabled musicians to play music via their brainwaves. View on FacebookRead Original Article
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Violinist who lost use of limbs in car crash plays music again after her brain is wired to a computer

Violinist who lost use of limbs in car crash plays music again after her brain is wired to a computer | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
It is the first time that Rosemary Johnson, a member of the Welsh National Opera Orchestra until the car crash in 1988, has been able to create music
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Disabled violinist makes music for the first time in 27 years using her brain waves

Disabled violinist makes music for the first time in 27 years using her brain waves | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
This is incredible.
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Violinist who suffered brain injury making music again

Violinist who suffered brain injury making music again | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Violinist Rosemary Johnson, 50, has been given a second chance to make music by Plymouth University and the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London in a ground-breaking project.
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Cientista cria biocomputador com bolor que faz música - ZAP

Cientista cria biocomputador com bolor que faz música - ZAP | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it

Um dueto de piano entre um homem e um computador programado com bolor. Eis o resultado do projecto de Eduardo Miranda, compositor e investigador em Inteligência Artificial, que comprova a sua tese de que podemos programar computadores com matérias vivas.

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Powerhouse, Jarvis Cocker's Sunday Service - BBC Radio 6 Music

Powerhouse, Jarvis Cocker's Sunday Service - BBC Radio 6 Music | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Dodgy opinion, crackpot theories, hare-brained schemes and beautiful, beautiful music.
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Bicomputer Music composition featured in Jarvis Cocker's BBC Radio programme.

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Après 26 ans de silence, une violoniste joue… avec son cerveau

Après 26 ans de silence, une violoniste joue… avec son cerveau | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Grièvement blessée dans un accident de voiture, la violoniste Rosemary Johnson a dû attendre 26 ans et de nouvelles technologies révolutionnaires pour jouer à nouveau grâce à son cerveau.
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Neuroscience Technology Helps Brain Damaged Musicians Compose Music

Neuroscience Technology Helps Brain Damaged Musicians Compose Music | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Rosemary Johnson was a promising young violinist and a member of the Welsh National Opera Orchestra. But in her early 20s, severe head injuries from a devastating car crash robbed her of speech, movement, and her ability to play music.
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Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival returns to Plymouth in 2016

Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival returns to Plymouth in 2016 | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
The annual Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival returns to Plymouth this February. Promoted in partnership with Plymouth University's Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research...
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Seven ways that AI could be A-OK

Seven ways that AI could be A-OK | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
As artificial intelligence increases its influence on our lives, the talk is of job losses, self-driving car crashes, algorithms running amok. But there is an upside…
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Disabled violinist makes music with her brainwaves | Diversity Today

Disabled violinist makes music with her brainwaves | Diversity Today | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it

Plymouth University groundbreaking technology enables physically impaired violinist to make music again. 

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Screenwriter's Block? This Artificially Intelligent Algorithm Could Help | The Creators Project

Screenwriter's Block? This Artificially Intelligent Algorithm Could Help | The Creators Project | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Composer and filmmaker Dr. Alexis Kirke's 'Zenman' system allows for collaborative human/machine script writing.
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Disabled violinist plays for first time in 27 years with mind-reading technology

Disabled violinist plays for first time in 27 years with mind-reading technology | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Disabled Rosemary Johnson plays violin for first time in 27 years with brain-monitoring technology at Plymouth University.
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'Mind-reading' software helps violinist to make music 27 years after car crash

'Mind-reading' software helps violinist to make music 27 years after car crash | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
A professional violinist is making music again 27 years after a car accident damaged her brain, thanks to "mind-reading" software developed at Plymouth University. Rosemary Johnson, a...
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Mind-reading software allows brain-damaged Welsh violinist to compose music 27 years after car crash

Mind-reading software allows brain-damaged Welsh violinist to compose music 27 years after car crash | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Technology and the desire to regain her lost musical career make a powerful combination for a Welsh violinist badly injured by a car crash in 1988.
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Disabled violinist makes music with her brainwaves

Disabled violinist makes music with her brainwaves | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it
Rosemary Johnson makes her first music in 27 years, thanks to EEG technology from Plymouth University
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Brain damaged violinist makes music for first time in 27 years with mind-reading technology

Brain damaged violinist makes music for first time in 27 years with mind-reading technology | ICCMR & Peninsula Arts Conteporary Music Festival in the News | Scoop.it

In an extraordinary 10-year project led by the Plymouth University and the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London, her brain has been wired up to a computer using Brain Computer Music Interfacing software.

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