Synesthesia
Synesthesia (also spelled synæsthesia or synaesthesia; from the Ancient Greek σύν syn, "together", and αἴσθησις aisthēsis, "sensation") is a neurological phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory...
Synesthesia - Wikipedia
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Artist With Synesthesia Sees What She Hears And Turns It Into Art
Melissa McCracken synesthetic artist that sees what she hears. As she listens to a musical piece, every element of each song is a unique expression of color in Melissa’s eyes. She has combined this un...
I See Music Because I Have Synesthesia, So I Decided To Paint What I Hear
Synesthesia is a very rare neurological condition in which the usually individual neural pathways in the brain down which sensory messages travel become inexplicably linked. This allows “sufferers” to...
The Boy With The Incredible Brain (Brain Man) - Real Stories
An extraordinary documentary on the brainpower of Daniel T, the young Englishman who could be the world’s greatest mental athlete. Daniel is not just a calculating wizard, but also a memory champion a...
History of synesthesia research
Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which two or more bodily senses are coupled. For example, in a form of synesthesia known as grapheme-color synesthesia, letters or numbers may be perceived a...
Neural basis of synesthesia
Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which two or more bodily senses are coupled. For example, in a form of synesthesia known as Grapheme → color synesthesia, letters or numbers may be perceived...
Neural basis of synesthesia - Wikipedia
Grapheme-color synesthesia
Grapheme → color synesthesia is a form of synesthesia in which an individual's perception of numbers and letters is associated with the experience of colors. Like all forms of synesthesia, grapheme → ...
Grapheme-color synesthesia - Wikipedia
Number form
A number form is a mental map of numbers, which automatically and involuntarily appears whenever someone who experiences number-forms thinks of numbers. Numbers are mapped into distinct spatial locati...
Number form - Wikipedia
Ordinal linguistic personification
Ordinal-linguistic personification (OLP, or personification for short) is a form of synesthesia in which ordered sequences, such as ordinal numbers, days, months and letters are associated with person...
Lexical-gustatory synesthesia
Lexical-gustatory synesthesia is a rare form of synesthesia in which spoken and written language (as well as some colors and emotions) causes individuals to experience an automatic and highly consiste...
Synesthesia in art
The phrase synesthesia in art has historically referred to a wide variety of atits experiments that have explored the co-operation of the senses (e.g. seeing and hearing; the word synesthesia is from ...
Synesthesia in art - Wikipedia
Optophonic Piano
The Optophonic Piano is an electronic optical instrument created by the Russian Futurist painter Vladimir Baranoff Rossiné.Vladimir Baranoff Rossiné started working on the instrument in 1916. He perfo...
Artist With Synesthesia Sees What She Hears And Turns It Into Art
Melissa McCracken synesthetic artist that sees what she hears. As she listens to a musical piece, every element of each song is a unique expression of color in Melissa’s eyes. She has combined this un...
Artist With Synesthesia Sees What She Hears And Turns It Into Art
Melissa McCracken synesthetic artist that sees what she hears. As she listens to a musical piece, every element of each song is a unique expression of color in Melissa’s eyes. She has combined this un...
The Man Who Tasted Shapes
The Man Who Tasted Shapes is a book by neurologist Richard Cytowic about synesthesia.
The book is divided into two parts. In the first part, Cytowic describes his chance encounter during a dinner...
The Man Who Tasted Shapes - Wikipedia
Jacob Isaacson
Jacob Isaacson (May 5, 1911 – September 8, 1980) was an American composer and musician.Isaacson was most noted for his own Colortone musical notation and his early works within this system. His associ...
Ideasthesia
Ideasthesia (alternative spelling ideaesthesia) is defined as a phenomenon in which activations of concepts (inducers) evoke perception-like experiences (concurrents). The name comes from Greek...
Ideasthesia - Wikipedia
Mirror-touch synesthesia
Mirror-touch synesthesia is a condition which causes individuals to experience the same sensation (such as touch) that another person feels. For example, if someone with this condition were to observe...
Netochka Nezvanova (author)
Netochka Nezvanova is the pseudonym used by the author(s) of nato.0+55+3d, a real-time, modular, video and multi-media processing environment. Alternate aliases include "=cw4t7abs", "punktprotokol", "...
Netochka Nezvanova (author) - Wikipedia
American Synesthesia Association
The American Synesthesia Association (ASA) is a not-for-profit academic and public society whose mission is to foster and promote the education and the advancement of knowledge of the phenomena of syn...
Aromachologist
Aromachologist is a person who practices aromachology, which is a method of using smells or essential oils to create, either in isolation or through blending in formulations, essential oils that have ...
Richard Cytowic
Richard E. Cytowic is an American neurologist and author who rekindled interest in studying synesthesia in the 1980s. He was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his New York Times Magazine cover s...
Richard Cytowic - Wikipedia
UK Synaesthesia Association
The UK Synaesthesia Association was originally founded by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at Cambridge University and a leading researcher into synaesthesia.
Chromesthesia
Chromesthesia or sound-to-color synesthesia is a type of synesthesia in which heard sounds automatically and involuntarily evoke an experience of color. For the purpose of disambiguation, this article...
Visual music
Visual music, sometimes called "colour music," refers to the use of musical structures in visual imagery, which can also include silent films or silent Lumia work. It also refers to methods or devices...
Color organ
The term color organ refers to a tradition of mechanical (18th century), then electromechanical, devices built to represent sound or to accompany music in a visual medium—by any number of means....
Color organ - Wikipedia
Synesthesia in literature
Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which one or more sensory modalities become linked. However, for over a century, the term synesthesia has also been used to refer to artistic and poetic devi...
List of people with synesthesia
This is a list of notable people who have, or had, the neurological condition synesthesia. Following that, there is a list of people who are often wrongly believed to have had synesthesia because they...