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Familiarity breeds disregard…

May 3, 2012

Stare at the image for about half a minute without moving your eyes and watch as it gradually disappears. This is a variation of Troxler’s effect which essentially says that if you fixate your eyes on a certain point, stimuli near that point will gradually fade, and will disappear.

Try it!


When it’s gone look again.

Take a new look at what you have.

Thanks to: David Pegg


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