MaRs Studio Y Fellows and graduates, Scott Baker and Ross Curtner, partnered with REAP for a Thinkering event on Friday. The co-founders of Adjacent Possibilities, Scott and Ross challenged REAP to propose out-of-the-box ideas in preparation for the 2015 United Nations’ Climate Change Conference in November. Their challenge to REAP? To use a specific technology — Muse — a headband that turns sensed brainwaves into a feedback and training tool, to create empathy-based art that will highlight. You might be interested in reading a post about Waterloo entrepreneurship.