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Sunday Morning Illusion

Motion induced blindness is weird.  Really weird. You can stare at an image and watch part of it fade out of existence and then reappear the moment you move your eyes even a little bit.

In the following image, stare at any one of the yellow dots fixedly, but pay attention to the other two in your periphery. They will, after a few seconds, fade out of existence. Move your eyes, even a little, and they’re back, right where you left them.

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Ryan Consell is a skeptical artist, tap-dancing armorer, juggling scientist, rock-climbing writer, sword-fighting math teacher, uni-cycling gamer, fire-spinning academic and devout nerd. He has a Masters in Applied science, most of a bachelors in Fine Arts, and a very short attention span. He is the author of How Not to Poach a Unicorn and half of the masochistic comedy duo that is Creative Dissonance. Follow him on Twitter @StudentofWhim

2 Comments

  1. March 12, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    I love the Sunday morning illusions!

  2. March 13, 2012 at 12:01 am

    Me too. And that one was super cool!

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