<iframe title="How The World SOUNDS To Animals" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Gvg242U2YfQ?feature=oembed" height="113" width="200" style="aspect-ratio: 1.76991 / 1; width: 100%; height: 100%;" allowfullscreen="" allow="fullscreen"></iframe> **Duration:** 15:59 **Language:** **Complexity:** **Topics:** # šŸ“’ Personal Notes --- date: 2024-03-20 --- # YouTube ![]() ## Description: -> [Youtube video Link](https://www.youtube.com/embed/Gvg242U2YfQ) ## Summary: The video explores how different animals perceive the world, particularly focusing on their auditory and visual perceptions, and how these perceptions are influenced by their critical flicker fusion frequency (CFF). It delves into how animals' time perception and sensory inputs differ from humans, using scientific explanations, demonstrations, and comparisons across various species. Key points: - Dogs have more sensitive hearing and can hear higher frequencies than humans, with their ears having 18 muscles for better directionality. - Humans are not as proficient in determining the vertical location of sounds, unlike the head tilt behavior seen in dogs. - Animals experience time at different speeds and resolutions, with dogs perceiving a slower version of the world. - The video demonstrates temporal resolution using technology and explains the concept of Critical Flicker Fusion Frequency (CFF), suggesting it's the "fps of your brain." - Various animals have different CFFs affecting their perception of reality, with some seeing things much slower or faster than humans. - The video includes experiments and visual effects to explain how animals like dogs, cats, birds, insects, and even reptiles perceive the world. - It concludes with an exploration of how plants and fungi might perceive and respond to time, using dinoflagellates as an example. Topics/Themes: - Perception - Time