Did you know the average person spends about 40 minutes a day making saccadic (sakad′ik) eye movements — that is, extremely fast voluntary movement of the eyes, allowing them to accurately refix on different objects in the visual field.

What do you see while you’re spending so much time looking from one thing to another? Find out in this intriguing short video

The Stopped Clock Illusion

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