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American Museum of Natural History Unveils Exhibition on the Senses

The American Museum of Natural History is launching Our Senses: An Immersive Experience, a new exhibition that explores how the human brain has adapted over time “to help our ancestors survive their environments, work with sensory organs to shape and reframe our perceptions of everyday encounters.” It features 11 interactive galleries for testing visitors’ perceptions. For example, “A room with changing lights will reveal a series of different images depending on which light—red, blue, or green—shines at any given moment. Another space—this time in black and white—will let visitors discover what happens when our senses disagree: the eyes will see walls and a floor that appear to curve and ripple but the feet will feel a flat surface beneath.”

Our Senses will run from Nov. 20, 2017, to Jan. 6, 2019.

For more information, read the press release.



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