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Analysis of Digital Video with a Focus on the Documentary
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Digital Video with a Focus on the Documentary
Jang, Kyeong-Su; Lee, Soon-Mi;
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 Abstract
`Colored hearing` occurs to those who caused confusion in the visual, auditory path to brain because pruning had not normally done in the growth phase. It is called as `colored hearing`. `Colored hearing` is a phenomenon which some people can see colors when they hear sounds. In the interview of video, art experts say that the phenomenon is a natural talents, however professionals in the medical field say that the disorder may be causing a major disruption to daily life. Usually people are unknowingly suffering from synesthesia phenomenon. In this paper, based on the video, we show the phenomenon of `colored hearing` based on the results of scientific research and on the daily life, and also analyze the video from the viewpoint of the editors and the audience.
 Keywords
colored hearing;analysis of digital video;
 Language
Korean
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