Doreen Kutzke started yodeling when she was six years old in her home country of East Germany. But she grew embarrassed of her talent and soon quit. After the Berlin Wall fell, Kutzke moved to Berlin, where she worked as a DJ. Eventually, she rediscovered her passion for yodeling.
We're intimately familiar with the five basic senses: sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing. But what if there were a sixth, or seventh? An English scientist is trying to research how technology can give us additional senses.