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At first, when a car begins to speed up, everything seems normal. The car’s wheels are spinning just as one would expect. However, as soon as the wheels start gaining considerable speed, an anomaly occurs. At a certain point, the spin of the wheels appears to slow down gradually, and then, for a brief moment, it stops completely. When it resumes, the spin is moving in the opposite direction. We can clearly observe that the car wheels seem to be spinning backwards (opposite to its direction of motion).
This effect is observable mainly on television or in movies. The cameras used in movies don’t capture continuous footage, but rather many images per second. Usually, this capture rate is approximately 24 to 50 frames per second. Our brain fills in the between these images by creating an illusion of continuous movement between similar images.
The future only exists if live to see it
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: Itisnowagain
Takes time for light to affect the optic nerve and even more time for your brain to interpret the electrical signals produced.
Physics is Physics Itisnowagain.
Perspective presents the illusion of immediacy.