The time delay in human vision

  title={The time delay in human vision},
  author={D. Wardle},
  journal={The Physics Teacher},
  • D. Wardle
  • Published 1998
  • Physics
  • The Physics Teacher
Nijhawan has published an intriguing demonstration that indicates that humans are partially able to correct for the time delays inherent in their vision. Nijhawan’s demonstration is briefly discussed and a simple apparatus for reproducing the demonstration is described. 

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