Blindsight is rare and strange condition. People suffering from blindsight respond to visual stimuli without consciously perceiving them. V. S. Ramachandran has an interesting theory about this:
Short clip from Beatrice de Gelder’s famous Blindsight study
Blind, Yet Seeing: The Brain’s Subconscious Visual Sense – article
Seeing What You Don’t See
Mystery of “Blindsight” Lets Some Blind People “See,” Study Shows – National Geographic
Blindsight and Consciousness
Blindsight in monkeys
Blindsight revisited (pdf)
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