EEG-controlled wire flight

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I totally want to try this.

Yehuda Duenyas, AKA XXXY, is an MFA student in RPI’s MFA program. His project, Ascent, uses EEG controlled performer flight as its centerpiece. Lauren controls her “ascent” by concentration read by an Emotive EEG headset.

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