Hermann Rorschach’s inkblot Doodle.
On 8th November, Google celebrates the Birthday of Hermann Rorschach with a nice interactive inkblots Doodle. Hermann Rorschach was a Swiss Freudian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, best known for developing a projective test known as the Rorschach inkblot test. This test was reportedly designed to reflect unconscious parts of the personality that project onto the stimuli. In the test, individuals are shown 10 inkblots and asked to report what objects or figures they see in each of them. Rorschach was born in Zürich and spent his childhood and youth in Schaffhausen, in northern Switzerland. He became known to his high school friends as Klecks, or inkblot since, like many other young people in his native country, he enjoyed klecksography, the making of fanciful inkblot pictures. Unlike his classmates, however, Rorschach would go on to make inkblots his life’s work.
The Doodle Shows some inkblots, what have you seen? Please comment under the Video!
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