Some people have an unusual merging of senses, where they routinely see colors in sounds or numbers, see time visually, or have other perception differences. Artists sometimes have synesthesia, and researchers are beginning to study it to see how it might be tapped to help the rest of us. Experts explain.
- Izzy Kornblau, synesthete
- Dr. Richard Cytowic, Clinical Professor of Neurology, George Washington University