How long is now?

How long is now?

There is no clear answer to this question, even if you limit it to the subjective present. However, this question provokes many others. Those insights are quite often much more exciting and rewarding than answering the initial question.

The “now” of subjective perception has not only one dimension of duration, the length also depends on the circumstances and point of view. For instance, the “now” is shorter when heard than seen. When we know the boundaries of subjective present, we are able to see it not as an obstacle but as a module for optimising design and finding ways which are more appropriate for perceiving the world and our surroundings. I collected my findings about this topic and tried to find ways to illustrate those facts in the book as part of my bachelor thesis.

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