Generando música a través de la Actividad Cerebral / Generating music through Brain Activity

Ricardo Andres Diaz Rincon, Javier Mauricio Reyes Vera, Paola J. Rodriguez C

Abstract


El presente artículo muestra la forma en que las interfaces cerebro computador (BCI) pueden ser utilizadas para generar música. Para lograr lo anterior, se realiza una revisión de fuentes académicas que contienen definiciones esenciales relacionadas con ambas áreas del conocimiento; de esta forma se podrá establecerse un puente que permita la descripción de una herramienta computacional que permita cumplir con el objetivo planteado.

Keywords


Interfaces Cerebro Computador, Música, Interacción Humano Computador

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv5n6-077

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