Sunday, April 6, 2014

What you’re seeing right now is a composite of images past and present, researchers find

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What you're seeing right now is a composite of images past and present, researchers find

Washington Post - It also means that what you see around you — that cup of coffee, the face of your co-worker, your computer screen — may be a time-averaged composite of now and the past.

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