Cognitive thinking

'For the virtuoso, musical works are in fact nothing but tragic and moving materializations of his emotions; he is called upon to make them speak, weep, sing and sigh, to recreate them in accordance with his own consciousness. In this way he, like the composer, is a creator, for he must have within himself those passions that he wishes to bring so intensely to life.


Franz Liszt is regarded as possibly the greatest piano virtuoso of all time. A child prodigy, he toured as a concert pianist until he began teaching and composing.



If you watch a concert pianist play, you will notice that their hands will often perform a set of gestures and movements which seem to be in no way connected to the music that they are playing. In fact, each area of the brain has a predominantly defined role. In the case of a musician, we can simply assume that his body movements affect his feelings and his emotions which, in turn, are reflected in their movements.



So what is the relationship between the Virtual Cockpit and this concert pianist? It is the brain. Making the right decision is not simply a green or red light; we must also 'feel' our businesses, and make decisions based on these feelings. The Virtual Cockpit method attempts to link the cold, rigid world of computing with the natural, spontaneous and analytical power of your prefrontal cortex.


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