OH-MAN, OH-MACHINE // RESEARCH

 

 

In collaboration with the Advanced Reality Lab 

The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya

& Kelim Centre - Body for Choreographic Work Bat Yam

 

The OH-MAN, OH-MACHINE lab is a multi-disciplinary research initiative bringing together artists, scientists and technology developers to investigate human-machine interaction, using both scientific and artistic research methods. The outcome of the group’s activity ranges from academic articles and critical texts to artistic and performative events. Current research project explores ‘re-embodied movement’ by using brain-computer interfaces based on EEG.