Waterfall Effect Illusion
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Waterfall Illusion: Still Objects Seem To Move. This description of the phenomenon helped stimulate a torrent of research, with the effect becoming known as the “waterfall illusion.” Basically, after looking at something moving in one direction
Motion Aftereffect. Motion aftereffect. This particular motion aftereffect is also known as the waterfall illusion . Another example can be seen when one looks at the center of a rotating spiral for several seconds. The spiral can exhibit outward or inward motion. When one then looks at any stationary pattern, it appears to be moving in the opposite direction.
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Fatigued Neurons Explain Waterfall Illusion. Fatigued neurons explain waterfall illusion. He said the waterfall illusion was caused by neurons tuned to opposite directions of motion. While watching a waterfall, the brain cells that detect downward motion become tired. When the eyes look away, the cells that detect upward motion are more active and a stationary object appears to be moving up.