How brain controls vision and why we leave things out even when in plain sight


Ever search desperately for something, then realize you were looking straight at it the whole time? Research indicates that vision is controlled by the part of the brain associated with thinking. And in sight, too, it can be absent minded. Dobromir Rahnev, a psychologist at the Georgia Institute of Technology leads a research team making new discoveries about how the brain organizes visual perception, including how it leaves things out even when they’re plainly in sight.