Sensation occurring in part distant from part stimulated; association of sensation, as color, etc., with other sensation.
The experience of one sense as a result of the stimulation of a different sense; for example, an experience of color may result from hearing a sound. This experience is sometimes imitated in the arts. The poet Baudelaire used the phrase “scarlet fanfare”, while composers, such as Skryabin and Schoenberg, asked for colors to be projected to accompany their works, for example, Skryabin’s Poem of Fire 1913.
Other examples are Walt Disney’s Fantasia 1940 and the psychedelic light show.A sensation that normally occurs in one sense modality occurs when another modality is stimulated; SYN. synaesthesia.
Sposobnost jednog nenadraženog čula da oseti nadražaj drugog nekog čula, npr. da se vidi boja kad se čuju tonovi, tzv. "slušanje boja" (pri zvuku trube vidi se crvena boja itd.) (grč.)