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eidetic

 [i-det´ik]
denoting exact visualization of events or objects previously seen; a person having such an ability.

ei·det·ic

(ī-det'ik),
1. Relating to the power of visualization of and memory for objects previously seen that reaches its height in children aged 8-10.
2. A person possessing this power to a high degree.
[G. eidon, saw (aorist of verb)]

eidetic

/ei·det·ic/ (i-det´ik) denoting exact visualization of events or objects previously seen; a person having such an ability.

eidetic

[īdet′ik]
Etymology: Gk, eidos, a form or shape seen
1 adj, pertaining to or characterized by the ability to visualize and reproduce accurately the image of objects or events previously seen or imagined.
2 n, a person possessing such ability.

eidetic

adjective Referring to vividly precise and accurate recollection of objects, events, sounds or other imagery previously perceived.

ei·det·ic

(ī-det'ik)
1. Relating to the power of visualization of and memory for objects previously seen that peaks in children aged 8-10.
2. A person possessing this power to a high degree.
[G. eidon, saw (aorist of verb)]

eidetic

Strikingly vivid, detailed and accurate, allowing an extraordinarily lifelike imaging, or sometimes rehearing, of past experience.
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Only recently he left his schoolmates awestruck with a display of his eidetic memory at a special assembly arranged to showcase his unique ability.
His has an eidetic memory, or a computer-like brain, which helps him keep track of all his businesses and council responsibilities.
As can be seen in the pyramid, I have listed something called eidetic memory within the first stages of upper level processing.
In any case, I doubt any critic has such eidetic memory that his comparisons between then and now would have any authority.