Scientists have found why a ‘visual ear’ phenomenon lets some human being ‘hear’ silent gif images such as the well known ‘skipping pylon’ animation.
A new study has actually argued the exceptional ‘synaesthesia-prefer effect’ is caused by interference between areas of the brain responsible for processing sight and sound.
Generally, these 2 parts of our brains perform not work together.
But they might ‘allisonbrookephotography.comoperate’ in people that are able to hear silent imperiods thanks to a ‘visually-evoked auditory response’, which is also well-known as VEAR or visual ear.
Does anyone in visual perception know why you have the right to hear this gif? pic.twitter.allisonbrookephotography.comm/mcT22Lzfkp
— Lisa DeBruine