A computer hooked to Ian Burkhart's brain reads his thoughts and translates those into electrical signals, which stimulate his arm muscles and allow him to move his hand.
Emoji, the tiny graphics used in text communications, can be interpreted in a variety of ways.
The Bouba-Kiki effect describes the tendency of people to identify certain sounds with specific types of shape. Students will test out the Bouba-Kiki Effect, learn about current research, create their own sound-shape pairings based on the theories behind the Bouba-Kiki effect, and evaluate different explanations for the effect based on their observations.
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