Summary. Music empowers people to live more joyfully and effectively. It soothes, entertains, brings healing, inspires, and energizes. More creative music expression, performed or enjoyed by the listener, results in brain activity that supports more complex and creative (effective) solutions to problems.
Evident Utensil Video by Chairlift. The 4D video technique of datamoshing utilized in the production of the video “Evident Utensil” by Chairlif is an example of video that can induce and produce complex brainwave activity. The video effect is referred to as 4D because it attaches simultaneous events. Not just an overlay, but two separate 3D activities are joined and fused. It’s a visual representation of multiple universes interacting and influencing one another. The Evident Utensil Single [available on iTunes] includes the original song and an MGMT Remix. If your Internet bandwidth speed will support it, choose to watch the video in HD (High Definition) once it begins by clicking on the upward triangle and choosing the HD option.
Similar Music. The iTunes store identifies the following songs as being similar to Evident Utensil by Chairlift (links go to iTunes):
- Bruises by Chairlift
- It Ends Tonight by The All-American Rejects
- Just Stand Up! performed by Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Rihanna, Fergie, Sheryl Crow, Melissa Etheridge, Natasha Bedingfield, Miley Cyrus, Leona Lewis, Carrie Underwood, Keyshia Cole, LeAnn Rimes, Ashanti, Ciara & Mariah Carey
- Kids (studio version | live version) by MGMT (The Management)
- Realize by Colbie Caillat
- Viva la Vida by Coldplay
Seeing in 4D. When the brain tries to process complex images such as the 4D video presented above, it is similar to looking at an Autostereogram. When you apply stereogram principles to a 3D image the result is a 4D experience where the brain views and processes multiple overlaid and interacting 3D events.