The red-green target #34 has the most interesting effects of any of the experiments conducted so far. There is an enormous wandering around of the colors depending upon where one places their attention. The eight dots out from the center give different effects depending upon which dot the attention is directed towards. See previous experiments for suggestions on how to best to view these targets and what to watch for.
It would seem helpful to try and put some measurement into these effects so I created some variations on that theme and red-green target #36 has included some comparison bars.
These crosseye mind fusion comparison charts include a color bar at the top which goes from the extreme of one color red, to that of the other green. That bar has letters so you may choose the color that matches the flag immediately beside the bar and give it a number designation for the best match. At the bottom is a grey scale bar for measuring the density of the flag.
Depending upon where I place my attention it is possible to change the background flag color or the ring, or the central disk to any color from 0- to 9+ and a density from a to o. In the various attempts to create this chart it became apparent that the grey scale values didn’t change nearly as much as the color ones. Even though there isn’t much difference in the grey scale my mind seemed to always prefer the value near f.
The colors can shift from vivid red to vivid green in half a second or less but sometimes it takes half a minute or doesn’t change at all. Sometimes there is a blend of the flag or the other components. When I look at the numeral 0 which has a red area directly beneath it the flag is always green and when I look at the numeral 9 with solid green beneath it the flag is always red. When I look at the number 5 the flag color wanders around between various shades and sometimes goes to a middle grey.