Synesthesia
A Peak into Multisensory Experiences

Synesthesia - A Peak into Multisensory Experiences
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Dylan

People who taste in color, or see colors when they read a certain letter? What a wonderful short film that is fascinating, entertaining AND educational. A fun journey into neuroscience!

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