Afterimages - BrainDen.com

Afterimages (sometimes calles ghost images) are optical illusions that appear in one's vision after the exposure to the original picture has ceased (eg. the bright glow after looking into strong light). This persistence of vision allows a rapid series of pictures to portray motion, which is the basis of animation and cinema. A few famous afterimages include illusions of Jesus, Che Guevara, US ...…

Optical Illusions - Afterimages

Category: Afterimages Obama Illusion Added: May 29, 2009 75 comments A modern alternative to the Jesus Illusion, this one uses an image of President Obama. Stare at the dots for a while and then glance at a light colored surface, the afterimage will appear in front of ...…

Jesus Illusion (Updated 2017)

I love the guy that said Jesus was Jewish,so watz dis crap abt dots forming a Jewish guy, three…No one in d last 1,000yr and the next 1,000yr has seen Jesus…So pls I would like to ask those simpletons that said they saw Jesus $ love him to please give a detailed description of the person they saw…4.its not seeing Jesus in a picture that ...…

Afterimage - Wikipedia

An afterimage in general is an optical illusion that refers to an image continuing to appear after exposure to the original image has ceased. Prolonged viewing of the colored patch induces an afterimage of the complementary color (for example, yellow color induces a bluish afterimage).…

Positive and Negative Afterimages

Jan 25, 2020 · An afterimage is a type of optical illusion in which an image continues to appear briefly even after exposure to the actual image has ended. You have probably noticed this effect a number of times. If you have ever stared for a long time at a fixed point and then suddenly shifted your gaze somewhere else, then you probably noticed a brief afterimage effect in which you continued to see the ...…

File:Afterimage.svg - Wikimedia Commons

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