Synesthesia Meditation App

Download the Synesthesia Meditation App from Play Store.


Over 150 exercises of Synesthesia Meditation App are available in the Sensorium. With the new App, you can access your daily sensory activities even faster.


The Sensorium is now just one click away. You do not need to open it in your browser anymore.

Having Synesthesia Meditation supports you in establishing your mindfulness routine. Don’t forget, do it 10 minutes per day and you will feel the benefits within a week.
Over 150 exercises on your SmartPhone.

All the functionality of synesthesia.com as a downloadable app.

You can still use your user account and retain all of your stats.
Download the App now for free in the Play store!

Over 3 hours of content for free. Continue your synesthetic mindfulness journey today with the new app.

Get the Synesthesia Meditation App on Google Play

Get the Synesthesia Meditation App on Google Play


We hope to see you in the Play Store!
Marc-Jacques, fellow synesthete, biologist, co-founder of synesthesia.com

synesthesia & Videos

4 Videos that do a good job in attempting to explain synesthesia. Number 4 is my favorite.

Explaining and understanding synesthesia is not so easy.

On the one hand do we not yet fully understand the neurological bases of this phenomenon.  On the other hand, it is tricky to put synesthetic perceptions into words.

Here a selection of videos that do a good job in explaining synesthesia.


1. The pioneer

The synesthesia pioneer and his beautiful teachings about synesthesia. Find more information about his work here.

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Known synesthetes – Collin Pharel

To determine if somebody has been a “genuine” synesthete post mortum is very difficult if not possible. Synesthetic expression through art or lyrics give insight about the multisensory perception of somebody, but may not scientifically be accurate. Therefore it makes more sense to ask those who are alive. For example Collin Pharell, musician and outspoken synesthete. Here a few insights in his synesthetic everyday life.

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