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Human Interaction- Brain Lab

Technological growth has led to changes in the ways in which humans communicate with one another and we are connecting in new ways on both physiological and emotional levels. New neural pathways are created as a result of using the internet and new relationships are being formed more quickly and by different avenues. The neural circuitry of our brains is rapidly evolving before our eyes
to accommodate our propensity to check our twitter accounts multiple times a day, our every thought and action. Similarly, our emotional responses have evolved to accommodate our new perception of interaction. The issue of dating
and relationships has become particularly important because it has the potential to have dramatic consequences for society.

Digital communication is leading to unprecedented manipulation of our traditional methods of interaction.

we need to study them in order to understand the direction in which humanity is
inevitably moving.

Test1 : Human movement by controller

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Test2 : Human senses base on movement and sound

Input : Detect R,G,B color  / Output: Different sounds base on R,G,B color

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Processing  / Color tracking by kinect

 

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