thunderstoned:

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vinyasanya:

its never not a good time for this video

…..you…..you found it

Classic

can you believe there are people who haven’t seen this video before

HEEEEY COOOOL GUUUUUUUUUY

Hello!!

Hey guys! First off, want to say thank you to everyone who has followed me recently, I have now hit 200+ followers!! Thanks so much!  Second:  SO for those of you who don’t know me too well, (mostly cause I don’t post too much personal stuff) I row as a sport for most seasons at my school!  ANd this weekend is the 50th Head of The Charles race, which is the biggest regatta(race) in the world!  It is in Boston, MA on the Charles River in Cambridge, and I am getting to row in it tomorrow!  The race is really fantastic and there are a ton of tents and stuff, and it is going to be so much fun!  Anyone who is going to be there on Sunday should totally come to see me, I’ll be by the Elliot Bridge where the boats launch and dock.  It is a really big opportunity, adn to show your support would be fantastic! If you look for me, I’ll probably be hanging out by the Vespoli tents and just yell Clever or Lauren and i’ll appear!  Unless I can’t here you, cause my hearing kinda sucks.

Hope to meet some of you there~!  ;)

zerostatereflex:

Not everyone sees the same color when they stare at this spinning disk.
The gif is called, “Benham’s disk" "is named after the English toymaker Charles Benham, who in 1895 sold a top painted with the pattern shown. When the disk is spun, arcs of pale color, called Fechner colors or pattern-induced flicker colors (PIFCs), are visible at different places on the disk. Not everyone sees the same colors."
"The phenomenon originates from neural activity in the retina and spatial interactions in the primary visual cortex, which plays a role in encoding low-level image features, such as edges and spatiotemporal frequency components."
Fascinating how our brains work, I see a brown tan, what do you see? :D

zerostatereflex:

Not everyone sees the same color when they stare at this spinning disk.

The gif is called, “Benham’s disk" "is named after the English toymaker Charles Benham, who in 1895 sold a top painted with the pattern shown. When the disk is spun, arcs of pale color, called Fechner colors or pattern-induced flicker colors (PIFCs), are visible at different places on the disk. Not everyone sees the same colors."

"The phenomenon originates from neural activity in the retina and spatial interactions in the primary visual cortex, which plays a role in encoding low-level image features, such as edges and spatiotemporal frequency components."

Fascinating how our brains work, I see a brown tan, what do you see? :D

Reblogged from arcana-break