Your ears emit sounds! Right now, your ears emit a variety of high-definition sounds. This recent discovery gave birth to science listening to the ears. “Amazing!” – this is how Dr. William Brownel describes this fact from the medical faculty of Johns Hopkins University. His colleague said: “This is as amazing as if your nose was radiating odors.”
The sounds produced by the ears help you understand speech, as well as determine the direction from which the sound is coming. In addition, they improve the human imagination. Ear rays act as a holographic radar; they act as auxiliary rays interacting with incoming sounds to form an interference pattern.
“Let’s use the ear radiation!” – decided the Italian physiologist Hugo Zucorelli and used it to create a new kind of three-dimensional sound recording – holofony. When you listen to a holophonic recording, you are immersed in a new world – the world of synesthesia, a world of mixed meaning, similar to that which poets originate.
When you hear the sound of a lit match with a holofonic recording, you also smell sulfur. When you hear the crunch of cookies, crackers or the hiss of lemonade bubbles, you also feel their taste.
Holo recordings can give impetus to the creation of images with the fullness of sensations that are so important for the development of memory, improving learning and improving the mind.