Science Behind

Just as listening to Mozart’s highly complex and structured compositions stimulates your baby’s brain, studying visually harmonious and symmetrically beautiful pictures will greatly benefit and calm your baby.

Within their first year, newborns actively rely on their visual perception to learn about the world. Babies are fascinated by patterns and actively seek them out.

Our black and white books for newborns and babies are based on current scientific findings on newborns’ and babies’ visual perception and brain development. The images within our books help:

  1. Improve concentration through stimulating and captivating images.
  2. Stimulate further learning and discovery.
  3. Create new pathways in the brain through learning to trace visual patterns.
  4. Acquire early life skills required for successful learning and interaction.

The images within these books are inspired by nature’s intricate patterns and by amazing scientific discoveries. Your baby will be exposed to a wide range of sciences – mathematics, geometry, biology, and astronomy – together with history, architecture, cutting-edge engineering and other aspects of our mysterious and fascinating Universe.

We hope you have a wonderful time with your baby studying these intricate natural patterns and designs of great human ingenuity.

 

Here is one of more in-depth scientific references on the newborn visual development by Prof Philip Kellman and Dr Martha Arterberry
Kellman, P. J., & Arterberry, M. A. (2006). Infant visual perception. In D. Kuhn & R. S. Siegler (Eds.), Handbook of child psychology, volume 2: Cognition, perception, and language (6th ed., pp. 109-160). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons