Tokyo University scientist has shown that visual information the human brain during downloads for Blink 450 milliseconds stops. The average per minute for 6 seconds, we lose.
Mr. Nakanv from the University of Tokyo in Japan, says this means is that when watching a 150-minute film, we do not see it 15 minutes. But this research shows that the human brain to a high volume of information to compensate for the lost.
Research showed that based on human blinking sensitivity to the scenes looks, is timing. In this study, eye movements and blinking a number of volunteers interested in films all the time to review movies. Was determined when all the people scenes, important and sensitive film turns lower eyelid and blinking more important at the time of non-film occurs. Such as when the main character is out of the box.
Another interesting point is specified in many cases this blinking pattern in people who have been in a film is similar.
I've always believe that a film should be seen several times. It seems that this kind of research to prove this time that we see a modified, do not see everything. So I must learn to see that a few times and look at different angle.