Teher’s Mroe Tahn Mtees the Eye…
Why the brain simulates things that aren’t really there
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* CAN YOU TALK GIBBERISH? All lies— you probably understood this line immediately. Our brains automatically replace the meaningless sequence of characters with something meaningful— even though it’s not what actually appears there. When it comes to randomization of letters, to some extent it is possible to read text in which the order of the letters is jumbled as long as the first and last letters are correct.
Why the brain fabricates things that don’t actually exist, and how the illusion in our minds becomes our reality— sometimes with devastating consequences…
A tenth of a second is usually enough time for our brains to scan a stranger’s face and classify him or her as an unknown person before we turn our gaze away again. But in the case of Laura Williams, a visual arts student from Cambridge in the UK, the gaz
0.1 SECOND OF EXPOSURE TIME