Keeping on with the sensorial brain connections we have the understanding on why we perceive dimensionality in movies that, when we see it with critics eye, there’s not much to see but a lot to hear (and mind see).
In this post, I am going to take back what I said before the movies and technology: that they could be responsible of blurring our imagination with the saturation of our senses.
The use of sounds are a powerful tool to interact with people’s imagination and enrich the movie experience, specially Acousmatic sounds, non diegetic, the use of Acousmere and Anthropocentric use can increase worlds, create characters, bring up emotions, reinforce scenes, give information, … transform and manipulate what we want the audience to live.
Just a quick reminder for later (more for me), one rule on this Hear-View topic by Robert Bresson (seen on class)
The eye solicited alone makes the ear impatient; the ear solicited alone makes the eye impatient. Use these impatiences.’ –