The Existence of Extraordinary Bio-perception of Color

Author: Sako Yoichiro//Ono Tomoko
ESPER Laboratory, Sony Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1996
Other: Volume ID: 14 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 196-197 , Special Notes: Also in Japanese. Proceedings of First Symposium of Life Information Science, without peer review. , Word Count: 102

The authors seek to establish the existence of extraordinary
bio-perception. We conduced non-visual color recognition experiments
using color papers, color sponges and LEDs on psychic persons T. I. and
M. A., and produced efficient and interesting results. In particular,
tests using seventeen different color papers, five different colors
sponges and three different monochromatic papers produced very
significant data that offers proof for the existence of non-visual
color recognition. We also observed the tendency of errors of color
recognition. Furthermore, we found that it was more difficult for
psychic person T.I. to detect differences in colors of LED than paper
or sponge.