ANIMATION / VIDEO
Animated (Music) Video
Design & Animation: Simon Spieske
Musik: Goose- „Synrise“
The Extrasensory Perception Video is a project that focuses on human cognition and how we process information. Centered around the idea of human cognition, the Extrasensory Perception Video visualizes a state of mind, performed through techniques of visualizing methods for psychological analysis.
The video was intentionally produced with a 1:1 ratio, meaning that it is focused on the centralized perspective. The project combines traditional and modern techniques of image creation, such as painting, photography, typography, video, animation, motion design, 2D and 3D animation. This combination of techniques creates a unique look.
What is Extrasensory Perception?
„Extrasensory Perception“ is a state of human cognition and how we process information.
Extrasensory perception, or ESP, is a state of human cognition where we are able to process information beyond the five senses. This ability is often associated with psychic abilities, but anyone can develop and use their ESP.
ESP is sometimes also referred to as a sixth sense. However, unlike our other five senses which all work together to give us a complete picture of the world around us, ESP works independently from the others. This means that we can receive information through ESP that we would not be able to access through any of our other senses.
How does Extrasensory Perception work?
There are many ways that people can access information through extrasensory perception. Some people may see visions or images in their mind, while others may hear voices or words. Some people even report feeling things physically, such as a touch on the skin or a sense of energy in the body.
It is important to understand that extrasensory perception is not limited to one particular sense. We can receive information through any and all of our senses, including sight, sound, taste, smell, and touch. However, some people are more attuned to certain senses than others. For example, someone who is primarily a visual learner may receive most of their information through mental images, while someone who is more auditory may receive information mostly through sounds or voices.