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The Mind Machine


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A series of 13 programmes presented by Colin Blakemore 7: Sight Unseen
A large proportion of your brain is devoted to vision. If crucial circuits fail 'sight' may be tragically distorted: Paulette isn't blind, but she can't recognise faces: artist Anton Raderscheidt only
'sees' the right side of people or objects: after an operation the two halves of Joe's brain cannot consciously perceive the same objects.
These bizarre cases show just how much we normally take seeing for granted. Professor Blakemore explains how his own work fits into a world of research on the brain's extraordinary visual system. Producer (BBC) JONATHAN DRORI Film editor JUSTIN AMSDEN
Series producer MARTIN FREETH
Co-produced with WNET. New York


Presented By: Colin Blakemore
Artist: Anton Raderscheidt
Unknown: Jonathan Drori
Editor: Justin Amsden
Producer: Martin Freeth

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