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Painting With Light, Artists Make Images That Glow

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Painting With Light, Artists Make Images That Glow

Painting With Light, Artists Make Images That Glow

Painting With Light, Artists Make Images That Glow

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Watch artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg, collectively known as MRI, demonstrate how to paint with light. Vision expert Stephen Macknik, of the Barrow Neurological Institute, explains what the images teach us about the human visual system.

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