What is an induced movement?

Induced movement or induced motion is an illusion of visual perception in which a stationary or a moving object appears to move or to move differently because of other moving objects nearby in the visual field. The movement of clouds in the night sky is a classic example of induced movement. The movement of clouds in a particular direction induces a perception of the Moon moving in the opposite direction.

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