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Title Insight : Sensational.

Published Australia : SBS [broadcaster], 2015 October 13 at 20:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2015.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (51 min. 24 sec.) ; 297916391 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary How much more can we use our senses? Are our senses limited when we are born, or can we train and improve our sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell? This program explores how we see the world, interpret the sensations around us, and explores whether we really know if our experience is the same as anyone else. We talk to a fighter pilot who conquers optical illusions in the sky, a master sommelier who can pick a wine's vintage and origin from taste and smell alone, and a congenitally blind woman who uses echolocation to navigate the world. In this episode of Insight, you'll be able to put your sight, hearing and multi-tasking ability to the test. Join us for a fascinating exploration of perception and the human body. And see if you can discover your sixth sense.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Brockie, Jenny, host.
Alais, David, contributor.
Archer, Nicholas, contributor.
Bell, Julee-Anne, contributor.
Brougham, Richard, contributor.
Cameron, Helen, contributor.
Crowther, Sebastian, contributor.
Gaumann, Toby, contributor.
Hawthorne, Thomas, contributor.
Mattingley, Jason, contributor.
Meyer, Melinda, contributor.
Rich, Anina, contributor.
Strutt, Catherine, contributor.
Strutt, Jennifer, contributor.
Subject Color blindness.
Color vision -- Testing.
Echolocation (Physiology)
Extrasensory perception.
Synesthesia.
Visual training.
News and Current Affairs.