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Le sinestesie nella didattica multimediale I The Body responds. Synaesthesia and Multimedia Design.
BIBLIOGRAPHY The aim of this work is to highlight the importance of the body in the design project, as a body capable to feel and reacts with pleasure or suffering during the interaction with objects and environment all around. Basic Design, Synaesthesia and Multimedia are the three main themes of the thesis and they are analysed also by the point of view of their historic evolution.
The integration of these concepts lead to the idea of a Laboratory where it is possible to make sensory experimentations with a basic design approach to understand how our senses react in front of particular visual, tactiles and sound stimuli and to develop products which are more suitable to real sensory human needs and behaviours.
Da tutte queste considerazioni nasce la proposta di un Laboratorio sensoriale inteso come luogo nel quale sperimentare i meccanismi di interazione fra i sensi in specifici contesti e sviluppare un esperimento sulle sinestesie, centrato su alcuni test effettuati su due gruppi di persone.
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Traces the history of music's influence on the development of abstract and mixed . Published: Wed, 10 Jan Synaesthesia is a hereditary and neurological condition (Roberston & Sagiv, , pp) whereby senses that are normally experienced separately, such as taste, smell, sound and so on, become ‘fused’ together and are experienced at the same time.
A stimulus, such as a sound or a printed letter, produces a perception, such as color or taste. This condition has captured the popular imagination and has received considerable media attention, Implications for the Processing of Speech and Faces,” in Synaesthesia.