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Motion Induced Blindness (MIB) is a optical illusion in which salient visual stimuli disappear as if erased in front of the observers eyes. [1] [2] [3] A similar example is known as flash suppression.


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ReferencesEdit

  1. Motion Induced Blindness
  2. Motion Induced Blindness
  3. Y.Bonneh, A. Cooperman and D. Sagi (2001) Motion induced blindness in normal observers. Nature, 411, 798-801.

External linksEdit

[http://www.weizmann.ac.il/home/masagi/MIB/mib.html excellent demonstrations of the effect


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