November 21, 2020
It's pretty simple though folks seem to want it to be more complicated. Their school children persist in telling them to keep their eyes on the dribbling ball, though time be fitted to a different court each time someone looks away. The visual field adjusts as the bodies rotate round the center of attention, which also keeps moving. Calibrating the eye is a challenge. One enters the room. They see the cake. They blink. It's gone to another part of the room with a technician standing close by. Another blink, and the room transforms into a massive gameboard like Monopoly.