In these days I posted the video on youtube Being Dario.
The draft idea came after the dust raised by the icebucketchallenge. Read
Auditory perception is a complex phenomenon, in which the physical characteristics of received sound, the physiological of the ear and the neural activity of the brain interact in a subtle way. Read
Among the comments to the last post I published The music for an hearing impaired I found a very interesting one written by Zoe, which offers the opportunity to deepen one of the main topic of Noisyvision. Read
Once upon a time there was a young prince named Serhu.
He was the son of a king who found himself without a kingdom, following a revolt of his people. Read
As we talk we don’t pay attention to the synonyms of our language and we use them almost carelessly. Apparently. Read
Often when people hear about retinitis pigmentosa or Usher syndrome, they become sad, look down, they put a hand on your shoulder, and often say: “I’m sorry …” as if there was some grief to deal with; two of the psychotherapist I went, when I told them my night misadventures held a look, like when you see a dog without a leg, or a deadpigeon on the street, an abandoned kitten, something like that. Read
In the article How much does who has retinitis pigmentosa see ? What does he/she see? one of our reader wrote a comment that deserves greater visibility. Read
When I heard for the first time the word synesthesia, I never imagined it would be so deeply rooted in my life and my perception of things. Read
I recently described a photo taken by a photographer who is blind, with the aim of providing information readable by a screen redader so that other blind people can ‘see’ the picture and eventually the photographer may have feedback on what is imprinted on her shots and find out what they communicate to the observer. Read
Ernst Mach is one of the most important exponents dell’empioriocriticism (aaaah!). His study sought to provide an epistemological (aaaah!) approach to scientific knowledge, questioning deterministic meccanicism (aaaah!).Too many big words. Read