Researchers Were Able To Reconstruct A Pink Floyd Song From Listeners’ Brain Activity

Scientists are still learning new things about the mysterious effects that music has on the brain, and a few of them just came to a new breakthrough, with the help of Pink Floyd. Genetic Engineering And Biotech News reports that researchers at UC Berkeley have figured out how to reconstruct a recognizable version of Pink Floyd’s 1979 hit “Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)” by placing electrodes on the skulls of neurosurgical patients and decoding their brain activity.


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