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Lecture 4: Transforms (0)

For anyone curious, this effect is called Troxler's fading - I couldn't find anything online detailing if it only happens with pictures or if it can happen in daily life, but it makes sense that this effect can occur on computer screens/images since we can control the (lack of) movement in images. Wikipedia - Troxler's fading


@madssnake This effect isn't purely visual but can also occur through other stimuli such as touch. We adapt and simply ignore unimportant stimuli. One example of this happening in daily life visually is how we don't really see our own nose even when it is within our field of vision.

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