Artist Has Implants in His Skull So He Can “Hear” Colours
If you’re a fan of TED Talks, you might have seen this one from Neil Harbisson.
Harbisson has taken things a step further. He’s convinced doctors to implant the chip of his external electronic eye into his skull. This will allow him to “hear” images sent from his mobile phone via wifi.
This could be the first ever example of electronically-created synesthesia. Read more here.
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Hell. If you were born with synesthesia, you don’t need implants!