By: Katie E.
What if you could taste a color or smell a sound? The confusion of the five senses is a phenomenon some people have called synesthesia. People with synesthesia experience one sense along with another sense. A common form of synesthesia is grapheme-to-color where numbers and letters take on different colors. That isn’t the only form, though; sound-to-color synesthesia, where people hear sounds and have certain colors come to mind, exists as well as lexical-gustatory synesthesia, when someone can taste flavors when they see a color. (Read more…)