These Blurred Pokémon Are Meant To Stimulate Your Neurons

These Blurred Pokémon Are Meant To Stimulate Your Neurons

The fictional creatures are morphed in an attempt to recreate how our brains process 3D images

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 22 august 2016

Pokémon Go has brought back the popular franchise from the late 1990s and inspired new ways to interact with the beloved series. The latest Pokéinspiration comes from a Japanese researcher, identifying as Bohemia, who has turned the original 151 into neural network images, or, in simpler terms, into blurred Pokémon.

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