Limited Delusional Brains – The Science of Perception, Beau Lotto

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What do we really see? Do we really see reality? Step into the wondrous world of neuroscientist, artist, author (and much more) Beau Lotto. Lotto, originally from Seattle, USA, and now a professor at University College London, is convinced that the next big innovation is not technology but a new way of seeing. He is founder of Lab of Misfits Studio; an art studio and science lab rolled into one, and has just published Deviate, his revolutionary take on how to unlock our limited, delusional brains!

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