Scientists have come up with new insight into the brain processes that cause the optical illusion below The yellow jacket...
Researchers report the Kalman filter, an algorithm both our brains and GPS systems use to track an object's position, can be tricked by the pattern of motion.
A new study addresses the nature and origin of neural signals involved in solving perceptual tasks.
New findings have implications for better understanding how the human brain evolved and how it differs between people.
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Researchers report the visual system, not our conscious minds, are behind how we perceive an optical illusion.
According to University of York researchers, the ability to read fine print may be enhanced following exposure to a common visual illusion. The researchers found visual acuity may be enhanced by the expanding motion aftereffect optical illusion.