“Certainly the a part of my mind that I used to learn with will need to have shut down similtaneously my sight?” asks Crimson Szell on this video. The 53-year-old Londoner misplaced his sight a number of years in the past as a result of degenerative eye situation Retinitis pigmentosa – and has used audiobooks ever since.
However earlier this 12 months, Szell determined to be taught Braille, with surprising outcomes – as he outlines on this video for BBC Tradition’s A Sensory World collection. In it, he interviews a mind scientist whose research have revealed shocking findings.
Video written and introduced by Crimson Szell; filmed and edited by Chris Griffiths; animation by Archie Crofton.
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