Missing subtle visual changes keeps us sane: Study

Mar 31 2014, 16:46 IST
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SummaryContinuity bloopers happen in lots of movies and we rarely catch them, but missing these subtle visual changes actually keeps us sane

researchers found that instead of precisely matching the orientation of the grating, participants averaged out the angle of the three most recently viewed gratings.

"Even though the sequence of images was random, participants' perception of any given image was biased strongly toward the past several images that came before it," said Fischer.

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