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Illusion of movement

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Illusion of movement

successive stimulation of neighboring retinal points which causes the sensation of movement.

Oculogravic illusion, apparent movement of the visual field when the body is subjected to acceleration; due to gravity.

Oculogyral illusion, an illusion occurring in angular acceleration in which the position of fixed light appears to drift.

optical illusion, a false interpretation of the colour, form, size, or movement of a visual sensation.