Daniel Bruce Levin discusses the fear of not knowing with neuroscientist Beau Lotto.
To be in uncertainty is a bad thing to be because you increase the chance of dying. The Lab of Misfits work is centered around looking deeper at the adaptive experience of certain and uncertainty.
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Explore why our brains evolved to experience the world differently from reality. Why the more complex your environment is, the more complex your brain will be.
How our assumptions control our perceptions and what we can do to break free from assumptions that don’t serve us.
Ommatidium is the creation of R. Beau Lotto and industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson.
Reflecting the Lab of Misfits' focus on perception, the unusual name is based the units that make up the compound eyes of many insects, liking photoreceptors in the arthropod eye to the installation's own canopy design.
People have long tried their hand at creating their own worlds, and on this episode, we explore why we do this, and what happens next. We hear stories about nature conservation gone wrong, the therapeutic potential of VR, and talk to a neuroscientist who says all of us are trapped inside a world of our own making.