People produce images in their mind based on the things caught by their eyes.
When this happens, they are able to perceive ‘motion’ and ‘time’ even by looking at still images.
However, naturally, that is not always the case. There must be some conditions that require to be fulfilled in order for the spectator to perceive ‘motion’ from motionless information.
This research, ‘Principles of Directionality’, defines the phenomenon of constructing dynamic information or images in one’s mind through immobile information as ‘production of directionality’. Then it goes on to studying the conditions under which ‘directionality’ takes shape, and explores the potential of novel expression presented by the concept.