Hey everyone! I'm having hard times with one assignment and I just can't figure it out. I tried to answer these questions on my own and I sent the finished assignment to the professor. She answered me that I misunderstood the assignment and that I should try to solve it one more time. This assignment is about the Perception of apparent (seeming) motion. The assignment encompasses of two taks. The description of the first one is this: Use the public transportation and observe the landscape. Pick a point (a tree or a house) in the landscape and observe which direction is the landscape seemingly moving in front of this point and which direction is the landscape seemingly moving behind this point. I wrote that in front of the point it seems faster and behind it seems slower. However, this is incorrect. What do you think the answer might be? The description of the second task is this: During the Christmas some people set some blinking decorations around or on their houses. Some of them, for example look like the colored light is "running" around the house or branches of tree. Explain what caused this and what kind of apparent (seeming) motion this is. I correctly answered that the thing what causes this is consequent turning on and off of diodes. Thanks to that our eyes perceive that the light is running. Nonetheless, I couldn't figure out the name of this motion. Do you have any idea that the name of that seeming motion might be? Thank you for any help! And I am sorry for improper English - some terms here might be inaccurate. Have a great day!