The human body is still not fully understood, and the work of some organs is only becoming understandable to people. But modern technology helps us to reveal these secrets, and even see something with our own eyes. So, scientists from the German Max Planck Institute with the help of a new type of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) were able to capture the movements of our tongue at the time of conversation and singing. The method that the researchers used when working with MRI was called FLASH2. Thanks to technology, scientists are able to record videos with a frequency of up to 100 frames per second of any organs of the human body. This procedure is designed to make it easier for specialists to find the causes of various diseases for timely and proper treatment.