The eye is a highly sensitive and programmable array of sensors.  By presenting stimuli to discrete regions of the retina we encode neural pathways with spatially modulated information to explore the many dimensions of our unique visual experience.  Invisible Ink builds upon the spatial frequency theory of vision to program the color adaptation of edge sensitive neurons, allowing us to manipulate our reception of a scene using only our visual system and its after effects.

Sample training video:


WARNING: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy.

© 2020 M. Everett Lawson.