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Demonstration - Visual Jitter

After looking at luminance flicker for a while, physically static regions can seem to move.

Visual Jitter - after looking at luminance flicker for a while, physically static regions can seem to move. The movement is caused by little involuntary eye movements of which we are usually unaware.

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Created: Monday, 7th December 2009 by paulj
Modified: Tuesday, 7th September 2010 by paulj
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