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The Digital Music Lab consists of a general computing room within the School of the Arts and a testing facility housed within the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour. When necessary, lab members use the equipment within the LIVELab, such as motion capture and EEG.

Results of the lab’s EEG work can be seen in this 3D-rendered animation of musician Ian Fletcher Thornley’s brain:

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General Computing Room

The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour

The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, which houses the DML’s testing facility.


Shots from a motion-capture session in the LIVELab to support the lab’s Dance & Parkinson’s research.

Camera set-up for a motion-capture session in the LIVELab.
Image showing camera set-up.
Dancer in the LIVELab wearing reflective markers.
Dancer wearing reflective markers.
Matthew Woolhouse, Dave Wilson, Lauren Runions, and Alex Zaranek in the LIVELab.
Matthew Woolhouse (DML), Dave Wilson and Lauren Runions (Parahumans Dance Company), Alex Zaranek (DML).