Classic Optical Illusions

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Main Street, a division of Sterling Pub., 2003 - Games - 280 pages
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DO NOT believe everything you see, because these amazing, astounding, seemingly impossible illusions can "fool" your eyes. Open up this collection to view a wondrous array of optical effects: specks seem to move, grey spots appear and disappear, circles gyrate, patterns pulsate, and straight lines wave and bend. Shapes and drawings keep you from distinguishing what's there, and make you perceive things that aren't. Objects appear different from a distance than they do close up. They'll forever change the way you look at things.

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About the author (2003)

Gyles Brandreth's Breaking the Code: Westminster Diaries has been described as "by far the best political diary of recent years" by "The Times," His last book, Philip and Elizabeth: Portrait of a Marriage, published by Century, was a "Sunday Times" bestseller.

DiSpezio is a science education specialist.

Keith Kay is the creator of The Little Giant Book of Optical Illusions, produced in association with the Diagram Group. The puzzle book is intended for readers from nine to twelve years of age.

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