Additional Research Resources
The Cognitive Technology Group is an incubator for brain-computer interface technologies and independent brain research. Our mission is to create tools to better understand, extend, and improve the human mind. We'd love for you to join our growing network of scientists, engineers, and designers.
Stanford University recently hosted a symposium engaging experts in an interdisciplinary dialogue on the hypothesis that brainwaves entrain to rhythmic auditory stimuli, a phenomenon known as auditory driving. “Brainwave entrainment” also known as frequency-following response, describes the way brainwaves modulate in tempo or frequency to gradually match the frequency of a rhythmic stimulus in the environment.
Support comes from lab research on auditory driving, photic driving, phenomenological fieldwork, and existing clinical applications of this research.
Below are links from the Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics.