Music, the brain and movement: Discover the laboratories of the IPEM in the Krook

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Music, the brain and movement: Discover the laboratories of the IPEM in the Krook

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Why is music so exciting? Why does music make us move and dance? What does music do with our brain? The answers to these questions are discovered in the unique laboratories of the IPEM (Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music) in the Krook. Discover the D-Jogger interactive music application that makes it possible to synchronize music accurately with users' walking or running speeds. Meet the Music Paint Machine, a music-educational technology that invites musicians to get creative with music and movement. Learn how musical biofeedback can help in the recovery of stroke patients. Or take place on a SoundBike, a bike that lets you start a composition. You determine the tempo of the music yourself by the rhythm you ride.

For whom

children, youngsters, adults

Location

The Krook - Floor -2

Time

13u-17u

Tags

brains - music - sports