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Adventures in Sound
Our new series explores adventures in sound. We will discover the power of vibration ... and how and why your brain and body are literally impacted by it … and evolved to be so.
Adventures in Uncertainty
In this series, Beau Lotto invites you to join his adventures into uncertainty, where he hopes to expand his perception of self, other and the world.
Thrive in Uncertainty
This series explores how it is possible to thrive BECAUSE of uncertainty and suggests ways that you can apply proactivity to an uncertain world.
Adapt to Uncertainty
The fear of uncertainty is the brain's greatest fear. In this series we study uncertainty and how the brain adapts to it at the computational, the cellular and the perceptual level.
The Looking Back Experiment
When you look back at your life, what is it that you want to see? Is it Meaningfulness? Value? Ease? Or something else? This series reviews the results of our experiment and our discoveries about the core perceptual needs that underpin personal, perceptual health.
Our quest is not to shift our perception or yours, but to expand it. No matter what you think you know, all of us need to—and can—expand our perception.
Thought in Motion
This series of short videos aims NOT to provide answers but to inspire imagination. Gianni Howell, our creative film designer, reflects on the creative process.
Our unique process of neuroscience and experiential design discovers and shares insights into your perception that are personal, emotional and actionable. But be aware! Sometimes what we learn is often not what we thought (or wanted) to be true. But it’s only through such honesty that you will be able to expand what you see of yourself and the world around you.
Map Of Pain
'Stop Chasing Pain' and the Lab of Misfits are collaborating on a series of experiments to understand...
Become an essential part of what we call an ‘Experiential Experiment’. It lasts for three days and our...
The Maximising Experiment
We all have aspects of our lives we want to maximise. This fun, quick experiment asks a few questions to...