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Meet the 2ch, an interactive "instrument" that takes input from users' electrical...

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What Do Your Thoughts "Sound" Like?

Meet the 2ch, an interactive “instrument” that takes input from users’ electrical brain activity to produce sound. Quite a peculiar device, it’s apparently designed to replicate the thought patterns of communication between two people.

From the video’s description

“Two participants should try to synchronize their minds, guided by the pitch of the tone, visualisation and movements of mechanical parts.”

While we still have no idea as to how this thing works, we can still appreciate how awesome it is! Visit their website to learn more about the 2ch.

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