GTP Adventures- Guitar Hero frets in your eyes

A stimulus in one sensory modality (e.g., auditory) triggered perceiving video game elements in another sensory modality (in this case, visual). These cross-sensorial associations can be understood as “artificial synaesthesia” or induced synaesthesia. Click here to visit the collection of GTP adventures.

GTP Adventures- Strafing your way home

Some gamers have reported that after prolonged video game sessions of First Person Shooter games they have found themselves moving or felt the urge to move as in the game, such as strafing. Here you can watch some typical FPS moves. This video is a very fun parody about “Living […]

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