Photosensitive Epilepsy - Bucha Effect (Flicker Vertigo)

Bucha Effect (Flicker Vertigo)

A related condition is the Bucha effect, also known as flicker vertigo. Without going as far as epilepsy, after exposure to stroboscopic light the victims feel dizzy, disorientated and debilitated. It was discovered after a series of helicopter crashes in which the pilot was incapacitated by the stroboscopic light generated by the rotor blades.

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