afterimage

Type: Term Pronunciation: af′ter-im′ij Definitions: 1. Persistence of a visual response after cessation of a stimulus. Synonyms: accidental image, negative image
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Afterimage

[song] Afterimage is the second track from Rush`s 1984 album Grace Under Pressure. The track was dedicated to Robbie Whelan, a friend of the band who worked as an assistant engineer on some of Rush`s earlier albums, most notably Moving Pictures and Signals. The track deals with the loss of a friend and the emotional aftermath that follows. ...
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afterimage

[n] - an image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased
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afterimage

Continuation of visual impression after cessation of stimuli causing the original image. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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afterimage

aftersensation noun an image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased
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afterimage

(af´tәr-im″әj) a visual impression persisting briefly after cessation of the stimuli causing the original image. In a positive afterimage the brights, darks, and colors remain unchanged; in a negative afterimage the brights and darks are reversed, and the colors are complementary.
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afterimage

visual illusion in which retinal impressions persist after the removal of a stimulus, believed to be caused by the continued activation of the ... [1 related articles]
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afterimage

afterimage 1. The impression of a vivid sensation retained by the retina of the eye after the cause has been removed; also extended to impressions left of tones, smells, etc. 2. A visual image that remains briefly after light stimulation has ended. 3. An optical phenomenon in which the eye's nerves continue to convey an image after an initial ima...
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afterimage

Persistence of the activity of the retina of the eye after the image producing it has been removed. This leads to persistence of vision, a necessary phenomenon for the illusion of continuous movement in films and television. The term is also used for the persistence of sensations other than vision
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afterimage

The visual impression that remains after the initial stimulus is removed. Staring at a single intense hue may cause the cones, or color receptors, of the eye to become so fatigued that they perceive only the complement of the original hue when it has been removed.
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Afterimage

[shader effect] Afterimage is a computer graphics effect used by video games. The effect takes the bright parts of a rendered image of the scene, and then fades in a motion blur style fashion as the scene progresses. The result is that bright areas leave a fading trail when the camera is moving. Afterimage can be used to enhance blooming. I...
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Afterimage

[disambiguation] An afterimage is an optical illusion that occurs after looking away from a direct gaze at an image. Afterimage or after image may also refer to: ...
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Afterimage

An afterimage is a non-specific term that refers to an image continuing to appear in one`s vision after the exposure to the original image has ceased. An afterimage may be a normal phenomenon (physiological afterimage) or may be pathological ([palinopsia]). Illusory palinopsia may be a pathological exaggeration of physiological afterimages. The r....
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Afterimage

[magazine] Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism is a bimonthly journal of contemporary art, culture, and politics. It publishes features, essays, local and international reportage, exhibition reviews, and book reviews with an emphasis on social dialogue, politically engaged artistic practices, and the role of the art...
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