A new type of nightclubbing is taking over at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. The hotel’s newly appointed artist-in-residence, Lia Chavez, has developed an interactive “meditative nightclub” that actively analyzes participant’s brainwaves as they respond to computer-generated lights and sounds. The show then comes full circle by translating the cerebral data into the very musical and visual stimuli that the user was first introduced to, which begs the question, “How do we achieve higher levels of awareness of what we’re experiencing without compromising the experience itself?”
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