This woman found a way to control sperm with brain, turn it into artwork

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With many industry research artists (transdisciplinary) Liu years, Working in conjunction with science and technique gave her a new discovery guide, a cross-cutting areas of research, cultural, and application of new technologies being developed. Liu is currently completing her Master's degree in Media Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the job, research projects and the development of her include an aspect which she called "storytelling speculate".

This woman found a way to control sperm with brain, turn it into artwork

Ani Liu had many works reflect the role of the body woman in the history of politics or the patriarchal society. The recent current events have made her the idea for this project, a work of art entitled "Control Sperm by Thinking".

Mind-Controlled works Spermatozoa from sister Ani Liu on Vimeo.

To implement this project, Ms. Liu has used an electroencephalogram, or EEG - an interface brain and computers to measure the transformation of the electricity generated by the thoughts of man - to control the operation of the sperm to swim on a ancient town 2 XY axis.

This woman found a way to control sperm with brain, turn it into artwork

Through a process called galvanotaxis (roughly translated as electric axes are oriented electrical galvanotropism, axis is the axis) - a process allowing the operation of a single-celled living organisms and other cells may be influenced by an electromagnetic field. The other is her sperm taken from her husband Liu was swimming toward the positive electrode in an electrical circuit placed under the microscope.

This woman found a way to control sperm with brain, turn it into artwork

By controlling the electric current between two poles, the sperm must swim under the Redirect left her thoughts Liu, thoughts have created a small electrical current. This whole process was launched and screened in an enlarged, Ms. Liu was saved by the camera placed in the room.

Ms. Liu is also the designer of this circuit and I should also confess that the idea partly came from Ingmar Riedel-Kruse engineer, who last year created a combinatorial games from bacteria - single-celled living organisms. “Art can also like science rather ", Ms. Liu said. "You can make a hypothesis and want to know more about the world something around this, and you can just try try again until the next results”.

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