What Babies Can See That Adults Can’t

Until they reach the age of five months, babies have an ability to perceive and distinguish images more efficiently than adults. The news comes from research conducted by the Chuo University in Japan, which studied how babies between the ages of three to four months reacted to new images. They found that they had a striking ability to discriminate changes in illumination and glossy or …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

From glow worms to babies pooping and an other-worldly photograph of the ISS, our weekly look at the web

1. Pampers’ Latest Ad Captures Babies’ Poop-Faces There’s almost nothing more endearing than a cute baby video, and nothing gets people laughing more than a poop joke. London-based ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi brilliantly combined the two for a glorious Pampers ad that captures five babies just as they commence a number two. Shot in slow motion and set to the triumphant “Thus Spake Zarathustra” …