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"From the Ted Talk by Tom Wujec: 3 ways the brain creates meaning"

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So, for example, when you look at this image a good graphic invites the eye to dart around, to selectively create a visual logic. So the act of engaging, and looking at the image _______ the meaning. It's the _________ logic. Now we've augmented this and spatialized this ___________. Many of you may remember the magic wall that we _____ in ___________ with Perceptive Pixel where we quite _________ ______ an infinite wall. And so we can compare and contrast the big ideas. So the act of engaging and creating interactive imagery enriches _______. It activates a different part of the brain. And then the limbic system is activated when we see motion, when we see color, and there are primary shapes and pattern detectors that we've heard about before.

Solution

  1. information
  2. built
  3. literally
  4. create
  5. creates
  6. meaning
  7. selective
  8. conjunction

Original Text

So, for example, when you look at this image a good graphic invites the eye to dart around, to selectively create a visual logic. So the act of engaging, and looking at the image creates the meaning. It's the selective logic. Now we've augmented this and spatialized this information. Many of you may remember the magic wall that we built in conjunction with Perceptive Pixel where we quite literally create an infinite wall. And so we can compare and contrast the big ideas. So the act of engaging and creating interactive imagery enriches meaning. It activates a different part of the brain. And then the limbic system is activated when we see motion, when we see color, and there are primary shapes and pattern detectors that we've heard about before.

Important Words

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