Disabled musicians create music from brainwaves
Four members of a Paramusical Ensemble, who are unable to talk or move, are using ground-breaking technology to create music with the power of their minds.
The University of Plymouth and the Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability developed technology to read the electrical activity in the brain and used it to create the piece of music.
The disabled musicians wear and EEG cap which reads electrical signals from their brain.
Tim Muffett reports.
- From the section Science & Environment