Conscious and unconscious processing are two of the most hot topics in neuroscience. In unconscious processing research, usually a direct measure is used to show that a target is not consciously perceived. An indirect measure is used to show that still the target can influence visual processing. This unconscious processing is usually related to fast motor priming in a short period before conscious processing takes over. Here, I show that features of unconscious elements can influence visual information processing and are not related to motor priming. Interestingly, these features can become conscious even though the carriers of the features are not