The Morpholio Project's latest development uses an iPhone's camera and flash as an impromptu pulse monitor, measuring your visceral reaction to the things you're seeing. It's like a lie detector for your aesthetic taste, and Morpholio's Toru Hasegawa let me play with it.
Heartbeats are like our own nifty personal metronomes, but composer Greg Fox turned his internal rhythms into blissed-out sounds we all can enjoy. Using custom software and a computer hookup, he recorded his chest pumping and turned it into the basis of four new tracks—and they're beautiful.
Roller coasters make you feel like you're living life on the edge! But in reality, they're controlled—every ride is the same. But what if it was different? What if rides would go faster when you got scared?