Use your brain activity to build an abstract 3D form that you can 3D print and take home with you.

Project Members

Kellyann Geurts
Indae Hwang


Art & Design, Research, Wearables

Can your inner-most thoughts be made tangible?

In this work, visitors wear an EEG brain sensor that measures tiny electrical changes in your brainwaves then converts this data into abstract 3D forms.
Participants will be asked to sit and concentrate on building their own personal form, which can then be 3D printed and taken home with them.
What would be the consequences of our most intimate feelings and memories becoming accessible by technology? Hold that thought…

Project in collaboration with Monash Art, Design & Architecture (MADA), developed as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week 2016.

3D printing brainwaves EEG MADA