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Tag Archives: Optical illusions
I love optical illusions, and Apple has recently released ‘Perspective’, which is a short film using optical illusions and typography to present the values of “creative” innovation associated with its brand. This is the text in the short video: “Here’s … Continue reading
Don’t trust your eyes. This is another optical illusion showing that your brain prefer consistency before accuracy.
Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who was nominated for the 2000/2001 Marcel Duchamp Prize, known for his geometric perspective-localized paintings in rooms and other spaces, using projector-stencil techniques. Felice paints on architectural and urban spaces, such as buildings, walls and streets. The paintings … Continue reading
Is the color green a property of the grass, the photon, or the detector? Bertrand Russels mind bending argument in full: i) If naive realism is true, then things are what they seem, and we can study how things … Continue reading
Just another proof that you just can’t trust your eyes.
Amazing music video crammed with optical illusions, showing that our perception of reality can both be an an objective one and a subjective one – and sometimes both at the same time. And sometimes we can’t tell which is which. I can’t … Continue reading
How do you know what you’re seeing is real?