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    Whoa... a human camera.

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    LaPalida, people whose brains work that way do so at a great cost: the brain remembers all of those details at the cost of being able to generalize and fudge. Their pattern-recognition – the ability of the brain to sort ideas into categories – is busted. To put it anther way, think how hard it would be to draw a tree if you had to draw each leaf exactly, and how hard it would be to be creative if your brain wouldn’t easily allow you to invent new branch positions to make that tree into a better composition.

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    Nooooo I must have this... maybe eating his brain.... yessss yesssss.....

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    sounds like a fine disability to me not to mention the detail he could achieve in engine, computer and architecture design, hardly ever any mistakes....

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    This has been posted before.. Pretty awesome, there are some awesome artistic Savants.

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