- Crazy visual memory Stephen Wiltshire has the ability to look at a subject just once and create a drawing of the subject in full detail and accuracy. Wiltshire was able to accurately recreate New York city after a brief helicopter ride above it!
- The boy made of rubber This is Daniel Browning Smith and he has been named the most flexible man alive. He’s flexible enough to dislocate his arms in order to fit through an unstrung tennis racket! The ‘rubberboy’ has three Guinness World Records to his name for his abilities.
- Seeing with sound Ben Underwood lost his eyesight at the young age of 3 from cancer. Ben is able to make clicking sounds using his mouth and judge the echo produced to understand his surroundings and any obstacles in his path. This unique ability has allowed Ben to walk around without any assistance, ride his bike and have other normal childhood experiences.
- Amazing brain David Tammet has a special kind of brain. He can solve complex mathematical problems in his head!