From: anja ross (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 06 2010 - 09:25:47 PDT
*GREAT, the phenomen of relationships as lonley woolf.
2010/7/6 Pip Chodorov <email suppressed>
> Persistence of vision is when an image remains on the retina, like a
> flash can leave a trace for a few minutes on your field of vision. If
> persistence of vision were operating during the perception of a film,
> each frame would stay impregnated on the retina. We would not
> perceive the illusion of motion, but all the still frames
> superimposing. The correct phenomenon responsible for the illusion of
> motion in cinema is the Phi *Phenomenon*. The movement appears during
> the black space between individual frames. If there is no
> *relationship* between the images, as in a flicker film, then the
> illusion will not be of motion but of flicker, for example.
> At 9:14 -0700 6/07/10, Huckleberry Lain wrote:
> >It was always my understanding that the "persistence of vision" is
> >the phenomenon that creates an after image. But you have
> >been separating the two within your analysis. Could you explain
> >further? I suppose maybe a more proper term would be "motion blur",
> >but even then it's not quite right.
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