Why, when we spin a bicycle wheel quickly, we see individual spokes only near the axis of rotation?

When the bicycle wheel rotates quickly, we see individual spokes only near the axis of rotation, because the larger the radius, the more speed the spokes have, and our eye does not have time to focus on them.

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