Sunday, December 02, 2007

Motion induced blindness

BlindnessThis is really cool.   


Motion induced blindness


Remember the yellow dots are always there…you just can’t see them.


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10 comments:

Derek Brink said...

I think I naturally blink too quickly for that to work right... I'm not seeing it.

Anonymous said...

This didn't work for me either. I stared for some time, but nothing. I even tried varying my blinks... don't blink at all (eyes burn!) or blink repetively; but I still see the dots. Maybe some people just aren't as photo-optically sensitive as others.

Anonymous said...

maybe some people can't see what there suppose too not see...

Schulz said...

I see nuh-thing!

Jon said...

You guys are clicking on the link aren't you? The pic on the post is just a still shot of the illusion.

Jonco

Derek Brink said...

Yeah, totally. Even tried changing the colours and whatnot. Might be the backlight on my laptop or something messing with it. Maybe a better resolution (or something) would help out...

Anonymous said...

maybe a couple hits of acid would help you derek

schulz said...

I totally see the illusion. I was just saying 'nuh-thing' meaning the dots disappear. What's even more fun is clicking the speed button several hundred times and watch the grid go 'round.

Anonymous said...

derek hit the smaller button until there gone.

The_apprentice said...

If you blink too much, try turning up the speed.