Right Brain Kids Photo Eyeplay activity is a visual process that stimulates the ability to see an object’s after-image, or negative photographic image. Black-and-white after-imaging develops the rods within the eye; color after-imaging develops the cones. This is a common exercise believed to help stimulate photographic memory development.
After-imaging activates the primary vision centers used for photographic memory. After-imaging also helps develop visualization by allowing the mind to create clear mental images, opening subconscious aspects of the right hemisphere of the brain, which governs memory, intuition and creativity. – Right Brain Kids
About Right Brain Kids: Wink!
Wink is a Right Brain Education program for older children, gifted children, special needs children, and adults. It was developed by Right Brain Kids and is principally designed to prepare children for manifesting photographic memory, speed reading and similarly recognized “right-brain” abilities.
There are two parts to the Wink Program at Right Brain Kids – the Wink eCourse and the Wink Kit. The Wink Kit is great for parents who are interested in developing their children’s right brain and have no access to a right brain school and for parents who want to reinforce their children’s right brain education with further home practice. The Wink eCourse will teach you everything you need to know about implementing a Right Brain Education program at home.