Wednesday, September 28, 2016
It may look like a moving GIF, but it is actually just a still JPG by Jacques Ninio. The grid features 12 black dots, however, it’s nearly impossible to see them all at one time. The reason has to do with our relatively poor peripheral vision. Basically our brain attempts to account for this uncertain periphery by simply assuming the regular pattern of gray lines would extend out into the periphery.
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