Al Seckel:
Al Seckel sagt, unsere Gehirne seien fehlverdrahtet.

TED2004 · 14:33 · Filmed Feb 2004
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Al Seckel, ein Kognitionsneurobiologe, erforscht visuelle Illusionen, die unsere Gehirne verwirren. Er verwendet eine Menge optischer Täuschungen, um zu zeigen, daß wir uns nicht nur leicht hereinlegen lassen, sondern es auch noch mögen.

Master of visual illusions
Al Seckel explored how eye tricks can reveal the way the brain processes visual information — or fails to do so. Among his other accomplishments: He co-created the Darwin Fish. Full bio
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