Demonstrations of silencing, a visual illusion

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Via: slashdot.org: It’s Surprisingly Hard To Notice When Moving Objects Change

SILENCING demonstrates the tight coupling of motion and object appearance. Simply by changing the retinotopic coordinates—moving the object or the eyes—it is possible to silence awareness of visual change, causing objects that had once been obviously dynamic to suddenly appear static

Motion silences awareness of shape changes from Jordan Suchow on Vimeo.