Tuesday, November 18, 2014

cool motion aftereffect

Motion aftereffect is the perception of non existent motion after being exposed to a stimulus. This is caused by fatiguing the neurons which were stimulated by the illusion. This causes  the  neurons to over-compensate as the brain attempts to keep up. This over compensation continues to take place after the original stimulus has ended thus causing an illusion. I found this illusion to have worked well and I thought I would be a cool video to share.

I hope you enjoy, P.S. reading out loud is not necessary.      


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