Kellyann Geurts and In Dae Hwang, Monash University, give physical shape to thoughts by turning EEG data into solid objects. During three public events at Melbourne in 2016, she placed a mobile EEG device on volunteers and asked them to think of a memory or emotion of their choice. Their EEG output was translated in real time into a 3D shape they could see on a computer screen. Participants could then press a button to pause the shape and send it to a 3D printer. They were then invited to write a description of their thought, which was used to tag the 3D object.
- Kellyann Geurts and In Dae Hwang (2016) ThoughtForms | Visualize and 3D Print Your Thoughts. (with video)
- Kellyann Geurts (2018) Imagining Thought in Digital Space: 3D Printed Thoughts.
- Image #1 by Andrew Morley and image #2 by Kellyann Geurts.