Mind-Controlled Flowers Respond to Strength of Your Mental Muscles
Neuroflowers is an interactive art piece controlled by a user's mind and heart rate
Making its debut in downtown San Francisco early last month, Neuroflowers is covered with a rainbow of colors and accompanied by an ECG and EEG-studded headset. The headset transmits neurological activity to the flower-themed art. If you’re calm and focused on the task, the petals begin to move, brighten up and open.