Science

The “where” and the “what” of bistable perception

How your brain decides what you see – again and again Barbara Nordhjem, 29th November 2011. Published in the dutch magazine Psyche en Brein [pdf] and my translated version [pdf]. Look at the figures and try if you can see them change. Ambiguous figures

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The “where” and the “what” of bistable perception

How your brain decides what you see – again and again Barbara Nordhjem, 29th November 2011. Published in the dutch magazine Psyche en Brein [pdf] and my translated version [pdf]. Look at the figures and try if you can see them change. Ambiguous figures

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Sublime void

The darkest painting in the word is a small square made of carbon nano tubes. Hostage pt. 1 by Frederik de Wilde absorbs nearly all surrounding light while reflecting almost nothing back. I had a talk over morning coffee with

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Sublime void

The darkest painting in the word is a small square made of carbon nano tubes. Hostage pt. 1 by Frederik de Wilde absorbs nearly all surrounding light while reflecting almost nothing back. I had a talk over morning coffee with

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