Tangible Feelings Workshops is a series of international events devoted to fostering a discussion around BCI
and EEG technologies ( i.e.new-generation brain-computer interfaces, like IBVA , Emotiv Neurosky )
and their aesthetic implications in the field of contemporary digital arts.
The workshops, taught by artists and researchers Mattia Casalegno, and Enzo Varriale, offer both skill-based learning
and theoretical discussion about the impact of BCI technology in the worlds of art and science. Tangible Series workshops
is a project initiated in 2011 by Marie-Laure Delaby for iMal in Brussels, as part of the Tangible Feelings Festival,
a 3-days event comprising also a symposium and an exhibition that brought together artists, scientists, researchers
and experts in EEG and BCI technologies.

The second appointment was held in Taipei (TW) in January 2012. Organized by the Transjourney Future Media festival and hosted
by the Digital Art CenterTaipei, this 3-days workshop was focused on creating audiovisual and interactive applications with
the Neurosky technology and the max/msp/jitter , Processing and Arduino programming environments.

The third workshop was produced during the same year by LPM - Live Performers Meeting festivalin Rome (IT), and it was focused on using
EEG technologies for audiovisual improvisation within the VVVV environment.

The fourth appointment was held in November 2012 in Porto (PT) and produced by ARTES, a project initiated by Fundação Manuel Antonio da Mota.

The fifth workshop was held in February 2013 in Frankfurt (GER), within the context of NODE13, Forum For Digital Arts.
It was focused on using VVVV as a tool to process raw EEG data for artistic purposes.

The sixth workshop was held in November 2013 in Cape Town (ZA). Produced by LPM - Live Performers Meeting festival,
it was focussed on the integration between the Cycling74 max/msp/jitter environment and the Emotiv SDK.

The seventh workshop/experience was held in September 2014 in Moscow (RU), sponsorized and organized by Moscow Polytechnical Museum and MIGZ
during the three days workshop we developed new brain controlled interfaces and applications and we further improved and debbuged the data-transfer between Epoc and VVVV.
The whole event was amazing, thanks to the organization, venue and participants!

Take a look to the workshop's report >here.