I've come up with an idea of a "meditation" that's a loop of constantly generating visuals (generative art) based on the EEG brainwaves and adapting the visuals through measuring and A/B testing the data to create new continuous experiments to amplify the selected brainwave (if the brainwaves would be mapped to emotions, this may become like a controller as well).
It requires a lot of experimentation and trial & error to focus on a specific field to find the best results/ applications, but what if this could help with fighting depression without the pills (or any other kind of psychological problem)?
Here's a blueprint of the experience I envisioned:
The Human-sized Therapeutic "HyperCube" and a problem that comes with it
JuranMay 27, 2021
I recently found this product on Indiegogo. What if we enlarged it and transformed it into a smart therapeutical tool that does what you proposed in the description? It could mimic the brainwaves and at the same time track your brain activity and emotions.
Also, if we manage to get people to feel nothing but good emotions while being in this visual meditation process, would it be a next-generation "drug" or a torture machine?