Welcome to the experiment: Universal Synaesthesia

“We all make surprising connections between the senses, connections between sights, sounds, smells, shapes, and textures that we didn’t realize were there -like synaesthesia in that these connections are surprising when you first hear about them, but unlike synaesthesia in that they can be shared. Their existence and documentation has profound implications for everything from art and design through gastronomy, neuroscience, and philosophy.”

– Prof. Charles Spence