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With the observer's gaze at the limit of the bifixation field, an afterimage
of the misaligned stimulus (see Figure 2(b)) was induced by a bright flash within the stimulus box.
Washington, Nov 9 (ANI): Our brain forms 'complementary' afterimage
after eyes stop looking at objects, Japanese researchers say.
(29.) "Dance Archives Manual Wins MARAC Publications Award," afterimages
, 3, no.
Affirming the encounters presented by the silicon-image of digital media, the contributors to Afterimages
have shown that now, more than ever, Deleuze's thought retains its relevance to the study of film.
(20) Speaking of an afterimage
, he said that the occurrence of such a thing is the occurrence of a representational state, a state representing, say, a greenish-yellow disk but not itself exemplifying greenish-yellow or circular qualia.
[but] now the Pearl River speaks its muddy judgment." The 24 years corresponds to the time that has elapsed between Till's murder in 1955 and the time Lorde wrote his eulogy, but the time frame extends to the ever- present now as "Afterimages
" continues to memorialize Till's.
I blink my eyes to capture the single frame afterimages
on my closed eyelids.
Imagine a variant of the experiment, where the colored chips are replaced by afterimages
. We induce in our subject a red afterimage
experience; how does she discover its phenomenal character?
The Fiction of Geopolitics: Afterimages
of Culture from Wilke Collins to Alfred Hitchcock.
Among the many attractions of Wonder and Science is its sustained scrutiny of the afterimages
of a wide variety of texts, an approach that frees them to some extent of convenient generic classifications and the expectations that such taxonomies engender.
Experts say beams from the pointers can leave afterimages
in people's vision, cause temporary vision loss and are capable of damaging retinas and nerves in the eye.