Apr 20 2017

Sensory processing and making maps through creative abstraction

published by Olivia Harne
in blog Geoawesomeness
original entrySensory processing and making maps through creative abstraction

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The human mind is wired to observe variance in visual gradients, something that can be commonly observed with density or weather maps. Sensory processing is something that all people innately have, though in some instances there is unique variability such as in cases ranging from synthesia to autism. Being able to appeal to the learning […]

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