Marcos Luytens' FlavourCollider is a hell of a party trick: Using a Neurosky MindWave EEG headset to measure brain activity, it translates the subconscious experience of tasting an intense cocktail into a kaleidoscopic spray of real-time visuals. [Marcos Luytens, Future Everything via Underwire]
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