Engineering’s Hamid Charkhkar explains proprioception, the body’s ‘silent’ sixth sense

Everything you need to know about proprioception, your body’s ‘silent’ sixth sense

Popular MechanicsHamid Charkhkar, a research assistant professor of biomedical engineering at Case School of Engineering, said without the body’s “silent” sixth sense—an internal GPS known as proprioception—people wouldn’t be able to touch their finger to their nose with their eyes closed.