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Motion Binding Optical Illusion.

Here's a neat optical illusion from Michael Bach, which illustrates the power of "motion binding" in how we perceive things.

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This is one of our brain's "shortcuts" that let us process more information using fewer resources than a mechanical brain would require. If we had to observe every bit of information individually before we could form a brain picture, we'd never be able to process it fast enough to drive and stuff.
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