The robotic Phonoliszt-Violin was dubbed the “Eighth Wonder of the World” in 1910.
Neurologists have created a musical instrument that can be controlled using only the power of the mind—and its creators hope it could improve life for people living with disabilities.
Music is known to provoke the senses, give pleasure and sometimes move people to tears. Surely this has little to do with mathematical models which are so frequently associated with cold and rational logic. So what can maths tell us
When you enter the Museum of Music here, you are first met with a sequence of tests. A finger clip takes your pulse. A treadmill measures your pace. Next up is a snare drum station, where you don headphones and
What do a Supreme Court justice, the director of the National Institutes of Health, and a four-time Grammy-winning opera singer discuss over dessert?
I get my brainwaves scanned to see whether a concentration app that uses music can help achieve that all-important flow.