Chronosonogy: Sonic sensory time shifting

Alexandra Rieger


Chronosonogy was born through extending the neuroscience research of Teki Et Al, which reveals "Distinct Neural Substrates of Duration-Based and Beat-Based Auditory Timing” and Fassnidge Et Al’s work examining "Visual Interference of Auditory Signal Detection." 

Our perception of time is impacted by combining factors of visual-auditory override and imaginary notes sensations. Chronosonogy is both an experience and a newly discovered time-shifting phenomenon that activates a neurological quirk situated in fronto-temporal-parietal regions of our brains.