How Your Brain Uses Light and Shadows to Determine Perspective
Your brain takes many shortcuts when figuring out the world around us. When there isn't enough information, it'll use shadows created by the light to build a mental image. Sometimes it gets things wrong. See if you can beat these Brain Games.
After watching the video you'll see that there may be different ways to see the same thing. Your brain does its best but it's not always right.
In order to help give our brains as much information as possible we integrate lights and motion into the products we design at Pro Glow Sports. This doesn't just help you see exactly where the Cornhole is at your tailgate, it also helps drives see where you are and what direction you're moving on your bike.
Get a more indepth look by looking at why Peripherial Vision can be bad for your health.