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Troxler fading effect - click to enlarge and test
"...Dimming mirrors are intended to counteract the Troxler fading effect. This phenomenon occurs when you try to focus your vision to a single point in space for more than 20 seconds. This will make a stimulus outside the range of sight fade away (try focusing on the point in the adjacent picture for 10-15 seconds and see how the circle disappears). For drivers, the Troxler fading occurs after the glare source has left the field of vision. Those of you who drove at night on dark..." Continue Reading →
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