We aimed to generate a visual sensation of motion in any direction, with both video and still images. In drawings such as comics, radial or parallel patterns are often used to represent the direction of motion and velocity of objects. In recent years, another approach has been developed, using characteristics of the human visual system to induce the perception of motion. One such example is the Fraser illusion [Chi et al. 2008]. In all these approaches, the background is hidden, which decreases the realism of the image. We propose a new method of conveying motion, utilizing characteristics of foveal and peripheral vision. Our method recognizes that users can perceive motion without image distortion.