[BCAB] Technology in our brain

Colin Phelan Colin_Phelan at pmlgroup.com
Fri Oct 25 07:26:47 BST 2019

Hi All,
I had an interesting conversation with a brother in law after to many glasses of wine a few weeks back.
My wife's family, including me, hired a stately home for the weekend for a celebration.
The building was all over the shop with corridors, steps hanging beams and all sorts of hideaways for the children to have fun.
It was put to me as to how did I orientate myself and recall the layout so quickly as sighted people were having issues with the layout - my answer was practice and necessity.
It was then suggested that it was a form of mind mapping which I had never considered, does this resonate with anyone and has there been any work done on how people with limited vision do or may
excel in such techniques along with other uses for such skills?
I feel like I have missed something or he is talking nonsense and I am not sure which?
Thanks for reflections


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