scientists have achieved Reconstruct a piece of music from brainwaves recorded while someone was listening”Another Brick in the Wall Part 1″ by Pink Floyd, and the brainwave extraction recording is absolutely outrageous.
The researchers used AI to reconstruct the brainwaves and convert them into the audio recording, which you can find below.
The sound itself is a little scary to say the least, although it helps scientists better understand how our brains process these sounds.
Song reconstructed from brainwaves:
The reconstruction is not limited to nonsensical strange noises. If you listen to the brainwave extraction research audio recordings, you can even hear the phrase “All in all it was just a brick in the wall”. It’s by no means entirely clear, but it’s fascinating to what extent they were able to reconstruct the song from brainwaves alone.
Luckily, these types of recordings and brainwaves can only be extracted or recorded from the surface of the brain, so you don’t have to worry about someone else watching your brain’s musical responses.
Future research on the same scenarios will hopefully yield even more useful insights into how our brains process sound.