Blind subjects construct conscious mental images of visual scenes encoded in musical form.

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Blind (previously sighted) subjects are able to analyse, describe and graphically represent a number of high-contrast visual images translated into musical form de novo. We presented musical transforms of a random assortment of photographic images of objects and urban scenes to such subjects, a few of which depicted architectural and other landmarks that… (More)

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@article{CronlyDillon2000BlindSC, title={Blind subjects construct conscious mental images of visual scenes encoded in musical form.}, author={J. R. Cronly-Dillon and Krishna C. Persaud and Rachel Blore}, journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences}, year={2000}, volume={267 1458}, pages={2231-8} }