Memory Videos

Here is a list of memory-related videos!

Title Description
How Your "Working Memory" Makes Sense of the World - Peter Doolittle "Life comes at us very quickly, and what we need to do is take that amorphous flow of experience and somehow extract meaning from it." In this funny, enlightening talk, educational psyc
How to Become a Memory Master - Idriz Zogaj Idriz Zogaj at TEDx Goteborg.
Xtreme Memory Stunts: Jonas von Essen, Drowning in Digits Swedish memory champion Jonas von Essen is delving into a mad and daring challenge of life and death, risking drowning to memorise 100 spoken digits in just as many seconds lying under
The Lanier Verbatim Memory System | Part Three: LAW TEXT MERMORIZATION Gary demonstrates how mnemonics can be used in memorizing law text, verbatim.
Discovery Science: Nelson Dellis Quick Memory Demonstration Seen on Vimeo:
Nelson Dellis Memorizing a Deck of Cards (Discovery Science)
Stephen Wiltshire draws NYC for UBS Stephen Wiltshire is an autistic artist that can make detailed drawings from memory. Amazing.
Richard Feynman: The Difference between Knowing the Name of Something and Knowing Something Interesting video: "R. P. Feynman on the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something."
Jonas fun video Hi guys, I know a few of you would have seen this already, but for those that haven't, enjoy :)
Speed Cards - World Memory Championship 2012 Video of the speed cards event at the 2012 World Memory Championships.
Brain Galaxy Live Memory Demonstration in Southeast Asia These are the Brain Galaxy live memory demonstrations done in different parts of Southeast Asia such as Philippines, Malaysia and Cambodia.
Shakespeare Original Pronounciation People who like to memorize poetry might be interested in this video on the differences in English pronunciation between Shakespeare's time and now.
The Lanier Verbatim Memory System | Part Two: How It Works Gary Lanier has developed a verbatim memory system that is usable for memorizing anything that involves words and can be used by almost anyone!
Ron White - How to Memorize a Poem, Quote or Scripture http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgyEBbQN0jU He makes it look so simple.
The Lanier Verbatim Memory System | Part One: Intro & Part Two: How It Works Gary Lanier has developed a memory system that will enable you to memorize verbatim almost anything! Watch as he demonstrates the power of the memory system, using the Bible verse Revelation 19:7.
1993 World Memory Championship in London Video footage from the 1993 World Memory Championship in London. Dominic O'Brien gets a perfect score on spoken numbers, breaking the world record.
Dr. Joy Show with Brad Zupp and Marshall Tarley I haven't watched the whole video yet, but here is the description:
Another idea to memorize words This may help for this particular kind of reading. His name is John Morrison,at least on youtube.
Dominic O'Brien Memorizing a Deck of Cards Dominic O'Brien memorizing a deck of cards on the radio.
Nelson Dellis Talk US Memory Champion Nelson Dellis takes the Palantir Night Live stage in Tysons Corner to share the secrets behind his memory mastermind.
This guy has memorized a dictionary using Loci Ed Cooke tests Dr Yip Swee Chooi on the 1774 page Chinese-English dictionary he learned by heart.
Cesar Kuriyama: Remembering One Second of Every Day This is an interesting TED Talk from someone who is recording one second of every day for the rest of his life.
Ron White answers FAQ on the journey method He responds to the question what happen if i re-use the journey method several times
USA Team at the 2012 World Memory Championship Luis Angel, Nelson Dellis, and Bra
The Chemistry Song Another example of how songs can be used for memorization.
Memorizing by Song: The Twelve Cranial Nerves of Christmas A great example of using a song for memorization. Seen in Hype's comment.
Award Ceremony for the 2012 World Memory Championship From YouTube:
Jake Barnett: Math Prodigy Proud of his Autism "At age two, Jake Barnett was diagnosed with autism and his future was unclear. Now at age 13, Jake is a college sophomore and a math and science prodigy.
Johann Randall Abrina Memorizing a Deck of Cards in 22.53 Seconds Here's a great video of Johann Randall Abrina memorizing a deck of cards in 22.53 seconds.Check out his blog here:
Nelson Dellis - TEDx Coconut Grove

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