Arduino Persistence of Vision

Arduino Persistence of Vision

“Persistence of Vision” refers to the phenomenon where the retina retains an image for a brief split-second after the image was actually seen, and lends itself to animation by fostering the illusion of motion when we view images in closely-timed sequence to one another. We don’t notice the fractional skips between images because that persistence fills in the momentary gap to make the motion seem seamless.

Created and modelled here by Arduino India’s Nidha Syed.

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