Quantum Blink: These Pictures Recording What The World Is Supposed To Look Like With Gaps And Blinks.

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Quantum mechanics tells us that humans experience 40 conscious moments per seconds. That is to say, what we see in this world fluently is supposed to be fragmented with gaps and blinks. This is amazing! And one artist has attempted to capture the gaps in between the 40 moments and let us to see what the world is like without those moments. Resembling a punctured piece of film, the photos are nearly incomprehensible as solid snapshots, mimicking the ins and outs of entropy. See what’s real and what’s imagined. (Via)

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Chevron #2 (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Crosswalk (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Chevron #1 (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Dock #2 (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Talking Hands (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Dock #1 (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Staff (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Onlooker (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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Pond (from the Quantum Blink series), Chromogenic Print, 2011

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