How the brain deceives us so that we normally perceive the surrounding reality

We constantly seem to be looking into the past. Our eyes are constantly receiving a huge amount of information, and it is not easy for the brain to cope with this. What tricks does he use to do this? DiscussHow the brain deceives us so that we normally perceive the surrounding reality

In the latest study, scientists have figured out how the brain does this. It turned out that instead of analyzing each individual visual shot, we perceive the average of what we saw in the last 15 seconds. If the brain produced a picture in real time, the world would seem like a chaotic place with constant fluctuations in light, shadow and movement. Everything around seemed to be a hallucination.

Source: Science Alert


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