During the early part of my doctoral studies, I did a short-term research assistantship for my doctoral supervisor at the time, Ron Chrisley. It involved programming a Sony AIBO robot to look around at its environment, assembling a model of what the non-conceptual content of conscious visual experience might be like. (Non-conceptual content is cognitive content that fails to meet one or another of the thresholds -- systematicity, productivity, etc. -- to qualify as conceptual content.) I was quite proud that, despite never having programmed in C++ before, I was able to assemble a sophisticated control program. The small circular gaps in the pictures are meant to model the human foveal blind spot. Some of the videos display temporal fading; some show basic change detection (that's the occasional red outline). My thanks to Ron for his help preparing the Synthetic Epistemology video.