Optical illusions: the science of visual perception

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Firefly Books, 2006 - Games - 312 pages
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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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Review: Optical Illusions: The Science of Visual Perception

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Entertaining with a wide variety of illusions. My eight year old and I are enjoying some good time with this. Read full review

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Entertaining with a wide variety of illusions. My eight year old and I are enjoying some good time with this. Read full review

Contents

Preface
Illusions 9
Whats Going On? 282
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About the author (2006)

Al Seckel is a leading authority on visual and other types of sensory illusions. He lectures extensively at the world's most prestigious universities and is the author of several best-selling and award-winning books on this subject. He also writes an illusion column in National Geographic Kids magazine and is active in designing and building interactive galleries on illusions, perception, puzzles and mazes. He teaches at the University of California and lives in Los Angeles.

Al Seckel is a leading authority on visual and other types of sensory illusions. He lectures extensively at the world's most prestigious universities and is the author of several best-selling and award-winning books on this subject. He also writes an illusion column in National Geographic Kids magazine and is active in designing and building interactive galleries on illusions, perception, puzzles and mazes. He teaches at the University of California and lives in Los Angeles.

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