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Optical illusions

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Liza Boomker

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of Optical illusions

What do you see?
How is this possible?
* Faking your eyes or your brains.
- your eyes aren't able to sent a picture or illustration to your brains correctly.
- your brains don't know how they have to see a picture or illustration, which makes your brains really 'confused'.

2 options:
1. physiological illusions, based on characteristics of the human eye.
2. psychological illusions. The brains misinterpret signals

Different illusions
- Color
- Shape and size
- Ambiguous figures
- Impossible figures
- Straight lines
- Magical pictures
- Moving figures
Color
Shape and size
Optical illusions
Ambiguous figures
- two different things in one picture or illustration.
Impossible figures
Moving figures
Magical pictures
Straight lines
What does it mean?
Those are visual perceived images which are different with the objective reality
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