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TO BE OR NOT TO BE SEEN: Perceived motion in art and nature

TO BE OR NOT TO BE SEEN: Perceived motion in art and nature

  • Date14 October 2020

Why do zebras have stripes? Why are fire salamanders yellow? And why do we find stripes in art and architecture appealing? These are the questions driving the research by Royal Holloway Psychology Professor Johannes Zanker. Watch the video to find out more.

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