Let the weirdness begin. On a quest after the earthquakes and tsunami in Japan, Masaki Batoh, set out to put people’s true emotions and feeling in the open. As FastCoDesign.com puts it, “He turned to a modified EEG, what he calls a Brain Pulse Machine, to measure the brain waves of earthquake victims and play them back as music. He then mixed these tracks with his own to create Brain Pulse Music, a memorial album to raise money for Japan’s orphans.” The first 1:45 of this video is a little painful to watch because of the tones that are produced mixed with the tense shots in black and white creates an insane feel. After that it strangely goes in to the story and imagery of why this was done, but the way it is cut is pretty weird. Check out the video and let us know what you think in the comments after.