Optical illusions: the science of visual perception
275 optical illusions are rendered in photography, artwork and computer imaging, and individually explained. The visual illusions illustrated are from both historic and modern sources and the book includes notes about the science of visual perception.
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afterimages Akiyoshi Kitaoka Akiyoshi Kitaoka created aligned Ames Room anamorphic anamorphosis areas background bottom brain Brightness lllusion Chess Set circles Compare context contours created this ambiguous cube dark depth Dick Termes distance distorted dots edges effect English vision scientist Escher example face figure and ground figure/ground illusion Fraser's Spiral head hidden horizontal identical illusion see illusion illusory impossible figures interpretation Japanese vision scientist lf you look light lines appear lllusion see illusion lmpossible Lotto luminance M.C. Escher motion motion illusions move neurons normal objects paradox pattern perceive perception perpendicular perspective cues physical Pinna's portrait prongs psychologist Roger Shepard Purves retina Rex Whistler Roger Shepard Rubik's cube Sandro Del-Prete scene scientist Akiyoshi Kitaoka sculpture segments shadow Shigeo Fukuda spiral squares staircase stare stereo stripes surface Swiss artist Sandra three-dimensional tilted variation vertical viewing angle vision scientist Akiyoshi visual angle visual system visual/perceptual system