Brain-reading system makes music learning dynamic
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We’ve seen how NASA has developed neuro-feedback glasses that help users stay focused, and now a team from Tufts University is monitoring brainwaves to facilitate new skill learning. The system, called BACh or Brain Automated Chorales, is developed by PhD student Beste Yuksel. First, it presents novice piano players with short learning tasks for the instrument. Then, by measuring the level of oxygen processing in an area of the brain involved in problem solving, the BACh system can alter the difficulty level dynamically, in response to how well the user is coping with the current piece. If there is low…
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