colors and music

Kalman Rubinson kr4 at is2.nyu.edu
Fri Mar 31 15:27:09 EST 2000


"Ron Blue" <rcb5 at msn.com> wrote:
> I had a student who sees colors when listening to music to place small
> speakers under each forearm and listen to his favorite song.

> The reason was to discover if the interacting wavelets of stimulation would
> increase the color experience.  The idea was suggested by the Correlational
> Opponent Processing model at http://turn.to/ai

> The experience created in the student interesting outcomes.  The ability to
> see colors was significantly reduced when listening to music.  The colors
> were grayish and mild.  The student reported a rather strong feeling of well
> being and mild pleasure.

Just the opposite of my feelings on reading this.

Kal







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