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1. Improve verbal IQ and reduce seizures Practising the piano won’t just improve your musical abilities, it can also improve your visual and verbal skills. A study of 8 to 11-year-olds found that, those who had extra-curricular music classes, developed higher verbal IQ, and visual abilities, in comparison to those with no musical training (Forgeard et al., 2008). This shows the benefits of learning an instrument are not purely musical, but extend into cognition and visual perception. The effects of music on cognition extend even to neurological wiring. 10 Magical Effects Music Has On The Mind 10 Magical Effects Music Has On The Mind

MaKey MaKey: An Invention Kit for Everyone - Buy Direct (Official Site)

MaKey MaKey: An Invention Kit for Everyone - Buy Direct (Official Site) What Can I Make? That's up to you! First, load up a computer program or any webpage.
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Communication by Gaze Interaction | The COGAIN Association, evolved from the COGAIN Network of Excellence Communication by Gaze Interaction | The COGAIN Association, evolved from the COGAIN Network of Excellence COGAIN is a network of excellence on Communication by Gaze Interaction. COGAIN integrates cutting-edge expertise on interface technologies for the benefit of users with disabilities. The network gathers Europe's leading expertise in eye tracking integration with computers in a research project on assistive technologies for citizens with motor impairments. Through the integration of research activities, the network aims to develop new technologies and systems, improve existing gaze-based interaction techniques, and facilitate the implementation of systems for everyday communication. The COGAIN project started in September 2004 as a network of excellence supported by the European Commission's IST 6th framework program. Latest News New Research Shows VibroAcoustic Therapy is effective in providing pain relief for clients with heel spurs. Vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) uses sound to produce vibrations that are applied directly to the body. During the vibroacoustic therapy process, a client lies on the specially designed mat or bed or sits in a chair that is embedded with speakers or transducers which transmit specific computer-generated frequencies into vibrations.
International Forum on Cultures – Arts – Technologies – Creations – Disabilities 6 April 2013, 9:45 – 19:00, free entry, no registration required Balling hall, National Technical Library, Prague, Czech Republic The aim of the CATCH FORUM is to bring attention to the important field of disabilities from the perspective of creative use of emerging media technologies. It has been designed as a catalyst of creative and critical response to disabilities, with a main focus on the potential of new technologies in supporting artistic, cultural and social inclusion of the disabled. CATCH FORUM will bring together artists, designers, innovators, creative technologists, educators, and scholars in the interactive and public engaging formats of discussions, roundtables and hands-on demonstration sessions. Enter 6: Biopolis » CATCH FORUM 2013 Enter 6: Biopolis » CATCH FORUM 2013
Une vidéo qui reflète la semaine de Futur en Seine Urban musical game basket vidéo Urban Musical Game has been created by researchers of the Real-Time Musical Interactions team at the IRCAM – Centre Pompidou, the design agency and the association Phonotonic in… Les 5 thèmes de Futur en Seine feront l’objet d’une programmation internationale de haut niveau comprenant keynotes, conférences, workshops, concours, jurys populaires, remises de prix et soirées. Urban musical game | real life digital game | Page 2 Urban musical game | real life digital game | Page 2
Xbox Kinect system helps autistic children play music
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autisme « Résultats de recherche « Derrick Giscloux autisme « Résultats de recherche « Derrick Giscloux Autisme et arts numériques, au corps de l’interactivité Dans le cadre d’un projet autour des arts numériques et du handicap aux côtés de Fany Buy, comédienne et intervenante dans un Institut Médico-Educatif, voici une amorce de réflexion qui gravite autour de la question de l’autisme et des passerelles évidente avec l’interactivité du geste, la perception subjective et la capacité/possibilité d’expression spontanée du visiteur dans une exposition. L’autiste est pénétré de front par le réel. La violence avec laquelle la réalité lui apparait résulte en un fait: l’autiste adopte un état d’évitement.
Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses art materials, such as paints, drawing, clay, collage and even digital media such as photography and tablet technology. Art therapy combines traditional psychotherapeutic theories and techniques with psychological, interpersonal and somatic aspects of the creative process and self-expression. In mental health, art therapy is used in many clinical settings with diverse populations including children, adults, and families. As a part of integrative health care, art therapy and expressive arts therapy (art, music, drama, movement, and writing) complement and support traditional and complementary health practices and interventions. Cathy Malchiodi, PhD | Art Therapy Changes Lives. Cathy Malchiodi, PhD | Art Therapy Changes Lives.
Art Therapy Meets Digital Art and Social Multimedia Traditional materials of 20th century visual arts--drawing, painting, sculpture, and collage or mixed media--have defined the field of art therapy for the past 50 years. In fact, most educational programs that offer art therapy coursework or related degrees require applicants to demonstrate proficiency in drawing, painting, and sculpture as part of prerequisites. But as digital technology has become more accessible and straight-forward, practitioners of art therapy are gradually including digital media as a method and means for client self-expression. Well, maybe... A decade before the explosion of social multimedia [YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, Skype, and the like] and availability of digital art making programs via one's home computer or Internet, I wrote a short text on the topic of computers and art therapy, . Art Therapy Meets Digital Art and Social Multimedia
« L’hôpital, c’est avant tout le lieu du soin. Il n’est pas forcément facile d’y faire entrer l’art », rappelle Rachel Even, directrice artistique d’Art dans la cité. C’est pourtant ce que cette association parvient à faire depuis sa création, en 1999. Depuis deux ans, en plus des arts visuels, Art dans la cité propose aux établissements médicaux des interventions d’artistes numériques. Cette ouverture à d’autres modes d’expression artistique instaure un nouveau rapport avec les patients. Quand l'art numérique investit l'univers des hôpitaux
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Tama-Do Académie Son, Couleur et Mouvement Tama-Do – Voie de l’Ame (extrait d’un article par Susan Alexander) Bien que ses techniques et systèmes de fréquence soient rigoureusement précis, (comme les notes précises correspondants aux organes), Fabien Maman n’est pas rigide dans sa pensée. The Academy of Sound Healing, Color Therapy and Chi Movement
“Art is a tool of empowerment and social change, and I consider myself blessed to be able to create and use my work to promote health reform, bring awareness about ALS and help others.” ~ Tempt One About Members of Free Art and Technology (FAT), OpenFrameworks, the Graffiti Research Lab, and The Ebeling Group communities have teamed-up with a legendary LA graffiti writer, publisher and activist, named TEMPTONE. Tempt1 was diagnosed with ALS in 2003, a disease which has left him almost completely physically paralyzed… except for his eyes.


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La Puce à l'Oreille 2006