Aphantasia Network

Aphantasia Network is shaping a new, global conversation on the power of image-free thinking. We’re creating a place to discover and learn about aphantasia. Our mission is to help build a bridge between new scientific discoveries and our unique human experience — to uncover new insight into how we learn, create, dream, remember and more with blind imagination.
How can one explain the experience of visualization to someone who has never experienced it? Enter the afterimage apple illusion.
Best-selling author discovers aphantasia. Discover the buzz behind John Green aphantasia discovery and its significance in the community.
Visualize (picture, imagine, whatever you want to call it) a ball on a table. Now, imagine someone walks up to the table and gives the ball a push. What happens to the ball?
The city of Rowlett, a suburb of Dallas, Texas, declares the world’s first Aphantasia Awareness Day on February 21, 2023.
Alan Kendle was a true citizen scientist of aphantasia. He will be missed by many members of the aphantasia community to which he contributed much and by which he felt supported and sustained.
You may not be able to create images in your mind, but can you complete these tasks?
Binocular rivalry and perceptual priming are just one of many possible objective measures for evaluating mental imagery strength and identifying aphantasia.
When it comes to visualizing things in the mind's eye, our experience varies widely. Exploring the phenomenon of visual imagery and its assessment.