VISUAL LOGIC: FIRST SIGNS – ICE AGE TO 3,000 BCE

“3D Thinking” Page 15. Evolution of signs towards symbols from 70,000 to 5,000 years ago – where the European ice age ended around 14,000 years ago. We see directional lines that criss-cross to form triangular shapes, shapes composed of directional lines that appear rectangular, linear arrangements of dots, ‘bell’ like enclosed shapes, feather like forms,Continue reading VISUAL LOGIC: FIRST SIGNS – ICE AGE TO 3,000 BCE

VISUAL LOGIC: McGURK EFFECT

“3D Thinking” Page 22 The McGurk Effect: An example of how our brain forms perceptions from fragmentary sensory information. Here, from a BBC 2 program, Prof Lawrence Rosenblum pronounces the word “ba” continuously. The video shows his mouth pronouncing “ba” but then the video shows his mouth changing to pronounce the word “fa” – butContinue reading VISUAL LOGIC: McGURK EFFECT