When our eye sees something, it sends a message to the brain to make sense of the image. The brain keeps that image for about 1/10 to 1/30th of a second. That doesn’t seem like very long, but it makes a big difference in how we process the world around us.
We can create a vision science experiment of our own that helps to show how the brain keeps images and how it affects the way we see the world around us. You will just need to collect a few items from around the house.
Join me over at 123Homeschool4Me.com to learn more about our incredible sense of vision and how our eyes and brain work together with this really cool vision science experiment. Try it with your friends!