The Greeble Test

                                                                                    
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Made in collaboration with Amelia Kelly

Isabel Gauthier created the Greebles to test the haptic reasoning and perception of Alzheimer’s patients. She happened to make them look like fun little gremlins, with fantasy names like Radok and Osmit and familial relationships with each other. They were designed specifically to bypass our eyes and appeal to us neurologically, yet they still have impish personality. Could Gauthier’s team of pschologists not help themselves?