re: storyboards. If it ain't moving, it ain't moving, from a neurological point of view. We have brain cells that just register motion. And if they're not firing then we're not perceiving motion. Gotta wonder about the power of imagination, however. Having seen motion before, and seeing something that evokes motion, surely you'd at least get a motion-like experience and maybe, hey, maybe those little motion neurons might even get going. Another project for the fMRI gurus to take on.
- sally mckay 9-26-2009 11:21 pm

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