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SCIENCE BYTES

Decoding Our Senses

  • Aired: 05/25/2012
  • 07:47
  • Rating: NR
We live in a world where our eyes and ears are bombarded with colors, shapes, textures and noises of all types. How exactly do our brains translate these sights and sounds into meaningful images and words? At the University of California, Berkeley, two groups of scientists are finding tantalizing new answers to this question by reconstructing what our brains see and hear.
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Meet scientists who are learning how to reconstruct what our brains see and hear.
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