We see the world with a field of vision close to 180°, yet perhaps only 55° is in full colour and sharp. Our eyes scan repeatedly and our brain completes the scene. This means we are not fully conscious of the majority of what we see – it is peripheral to our awareness. What if we were aware, what if the movement in the corner of our eyes became central. An indistinct world where colour fades to monochrome, and we have a heightened sense of motion.