A Young Man Recites Pi To 22,514 Decimal Places And Learns New Languages In Just One Week.
Daniel Tammet is a young man with an incredible brain. The high functioning, autistic savant is able to calculate massive sums in his mind and even master new languages in short periods of time. His abilities are put to the test in this documentary.
The Treffert Center invites individuals, families and communities worldwide to explore the potential of the human mind, focusing on strengths rather than limitations. We seek to preserve, make available and expand the legacy of Darold Treffert, MD, an internationally respected researcher in autism, hyperlexia, savant syndrome and related conditions.
The Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability was awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund Grant in 2012 to exhibit artefacts made by James Henry Pullen, whose life and achievements are considered to be significant in the history of learning disability. He is believed to have had the condition savant syndrome and was famous for his great…