• Not sure if I buy this from a real-world perspective, but surely this article or its subject matter could be spun to weave a convincing narrative if anyone is interested:

    Human Nervous System being Manipulated by Media?

    After some time (it depends on the frequency being used), and with people’s attention being almost totally fixated on the image, people experience a sensory resonance frequency that can be created by several methods. Among them are:

    creating a video signal for displaying an image on the monitor, the image having an intensity; modulating the video signal for pulsing the image intensity with a frequency in the range 0.1 Hz to 15 Hz; and setting the pulse frequency to the resonance frequency.

    Probably already been done, but it could be attacked from many different angles.

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    • The low end of that refresh rate is one tenth of a refresh q second or one refresh in ten seconds. That seems slow to me.

      That sounds like subliminal advertising to me.

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