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Change Blindness - Cognitive Psychology Experiment - Take Part!!

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Uploaded on Feb 17, 2010

An experiment in Change Blindness, watch the video before reading further:
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Courtesy of Wikipedia:-
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In visual perception, change blindness is the phenomenon that occurs when a person viewing a visual scene apparently fails to detect large changes in the scene. For change blindness to occur, the change in the scene typically has to coincide with some visual disruption such as a saccade (eye movement) or a brief obscuration of the observed scene or image. When looking at still images, a viewer can experience change blindness if part of the image changes.

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