Video: Your Brain on Art — Children's Museum of Houston

The University of Houston Non-Invasive Brain Machine Interface Laboratory within the Cullen College of Engineering conducts a live research project with kids at the Children's Museum of Houston. Electroencephalography sensors collect data to record brain activity as children collaborate on a group art project based off of the Exquisite Corpse concept.

This activity at the Children Museum of Houston was supported in part by NSF Award #1757949 REU Site: Neurotechnologies to Help the Body Move, Heal, and Feel Again, where REU students and students from the Non-Invasive Brain Machine Interface Laboratory acquired mobile brain body imaging data while conducting STEAM outreach with the general public.