The Dress: 10 optical illusions that will frazzle your brain

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The Dress: 10 optical illusions that will frazzle your brain

Post by Guest on Sat Feb 28, 2015 11:45 am

Some people saw white and gold, a few saw blue and black, while others just saw red trying to convince colleagues they were right.
A [url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11440397/Some people saw white and gold, a few saw blue and black, while others just saw red trying to convince colleagues they were right.]woman’s photo of a dress went global[/url] after she uploaded it online trying to settle a debate over its colour with a friend.
We take a look at more optical illusions that will mess with your brain.
10. Checker shadow illusion

So, as an example of how fun color perception works, A and B are EXACTLY the same color in this image: pic.twitter.com/pU66dkNgZs
— Kathryn Long (@StarKat99) February 27, 2015




This optical illusion was published by Edward H. Adelson, a professor of vision science, in 1995.
The squares marked A and B are the same shade of grey, even though A appears to be darker. It’s explained here.
9. Tube train

Optical illusion: Train moves both ways! pic.twitter.com/n4CrO1AEZA
— Fascinating Videos (@FascinatingVids) September 6, 2014

Which way is the train going? If you stare long enough it might just change direction.





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