Discovery Lab: Change Blindness

The human visual system takes snapshots of the world every forty milliseconds or so. Our brain pieces together these snapshots in such a way that it feels like a fluid experience, even though it is not. Each time we get a new snapshot of the world, it masks the previous one. This phenomenon is well demonstrated by the flicker paradigm used in this experiment.

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