Afterimage (disambiguation)

Afterimage (disambiguation)

An afterimage is an optical illusion that occurs after looking away from a direct gaze at an image.

Afterimage or after image may also refer to:

* Afterimage (shader effect), A computer graphics technique.
* "After Image" ("Buffy" novel), original novel based on the television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
* Afterimage (band), one of the most successful Filipino pop/rock bands in the '90s
* "Afterimage" ("DS9" episode), seventh season episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" first broadcast on October 14, 1998
* "Afterimage" is a song on the 1984 album "Grace Under Pressure" by Rush.

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