Brain Only Takes 13 Milliseconds To View And Recognize Objects

As one of the organs that have a complex function, the brain has an amazing ability. One of them was revealed by a recent study that says that the brain is able to identify objects that is seen by the eye in just 13 milliseconds.

To prove this theory, the researchers asked respondents to observe and mention several types of images, such as a picnic or a picture of a smiling couple. Because a series shown consists of 6 or 12 images, then the resulting estimated time span is between 13 and 80 milliseconds.

Task eyes is not only to provide information to the brain, but also allows the brain to think quickly. The fact that it can do so in a high-speed vision system shows that the brain has a remarkable concept. And the fact, that’s what brains do every day, trying to understand what is seen.

After ‘captured’ by the retina, information such as shape, color, and orientation of objects are processed by the brain. Well, this study showed that it took as many as 13 milliseconds ranging from seeing the object, until the brain processes and identifies it.

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