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  • The boundaries of visual perception In art and scienceMonday, April 1, 13
  • Monday, April 1, 13
  • Seeing nothing Hostage pt. 1 is like seeing nothing: the nano black absorbs around 99.7% light and reflects only 0.3%. Hostage pt 1, Frederik de WildeMonday, April 1, 13
  • Decent into limbo, Anish Kapoor Hostage pt. 1, Frederik de WildeMonday, April 1, 13
  • Interacting sensesMonday, April 1, 13
  • CREW, Terra NovaMonday, April 1, 13
  • The (e)motion tracker We analyze six segments of the face. The lines show motion vectors. J. Klug, B. Otten, B. NordhjemMonday, April 1, 13
  • Monday, April 1, 13
  • Monday, April 1, 13
  • Revelations by flickerMonday, April 1, 13
  • Ivana Franke – ‘Seeing with Eyes Closed’Monday, April 1, 13
  • Kurt Hentsclager, FEEDMonday, April 1, 13
  • Hallucination-inducing vs. control stimulation: fMRI connectivity between LGN and cortex changed from a positive to negative relationship while EEG connectivity between occipital and other brain regions increased Switch by LGN neurons from tonic to burst mode, hallucinations occur because of temporary “blindness”. During burst firing mode, certain aspects of the visual field do not reach the visual brain because of the uncoupling of activity in the LGN and cortex. Ffytche, D. (2008). The hodology of hallucinations. CortexMonday, April 1, 13