Solaris: The neuro-responsive installation

The man got to know other worlds, other civilizations, not knowing completely his own hides, alleyways, wells, blocked dark doors.
— S. Lem “Solaris”
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images from SAVE lab

.: Visualisation of thought

The interactive installation Solaris by Moscow-based creators visualized the unique processes of human brain through the diphasic system of magnet and fluorescent liquids. The spectator wears on neuro interface Emotive Epoc, the device computes a brain activity and sends information to the installation machinery.

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images from SAVE lab

.: The Experiment

The team test the interaction with people at different ages, various social groups and professional areas . They said thatthe test results confirmed that brain activity and mood of the man reflect on the dynamic and character of liquids movements in the sphere. Object reacts on the changes of mind and emotion states. Rendering forms of our mind.

images from SAVE lab

images from SAVE lab

.: The Authors of Solaris
Julia Borovaya - idea, curation
Edward Rakhmanov - robotic system, chemistry
::vtol:: - programming, electronics
Consultant:
prof. Alexander Kaplan - neurophysiology

Watch Solaris in action: