(WARNING: If you feel nauseous when looking at the pics, stop looking at them!)
And…I found another tricky pics! Wow, I really love this kinda thing!
If you can count them, tell me the result 😛
Which one is the bottom?
This is called illusion~~
An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets
sensory stimulation. While illusions distort reality, they are generally shared by most people.
Illusions may occur with more of the human senses than vision, but visual illusions, optical illusions,
are the most well known and understood. The emphasis on visual illusions occurs because vision often
dominates the other senses. For example, individuals watching a ventriloquist will perceive the voice
is coming from the dummy since they are able to see the dummy mouth the words. Some illusions are based
on general assumptions the brain makes during perception. These assumptions are made using organizational
principles, like Gestalt, an individual’s ability of depth perception and motion perception, and perceptual
constancy. Other illusions occur because of biological sensory structures within the human body or conditions
outside of the body within one’s physical environment.
Wow! That’s hard to comprehend..:-P
How about this?
An illusion is a distortion of how things seem to be. It shows how the brain normally arranges, sorts, and explains stimulation of the senses. Illusions can change the way reality seems to be. In general, they are shared by most people. Illusions can happen with all five senses (taste, touch, sight, smell, and hearing). Some illusions happen because of disorders.
I personally like this one..
1. It’s like Chipsmore, ”Now you see it, now you don’t!’ 😛
Attentively fix the cross at the center of the circle during several seconds.
Two spectacular phenomena will occur :
on the one hand a yellow spot will be formed ;
on the other hand, if you do not blink eyes, the blue spots disappear.
This illusion illustrates the phenomenon of afterimage. Indeed, when the retina is subjected to saturation during several seconds with a coloured gleam, it is the complementary color which appears at the time of the desaturation of the photosensitive cells. Thus, blue is transformed into yellow. But where the effect lasts normally only a few seconds (because the retina is rehabilitated quickly), here we are surprised to see this yellow spot turning indefinitely. This is explained by the fact that after each phenomenon of retinal persistence on a spot, another blue spot disappear, leaving place to a new illusory yellow. Concerning the progressive disappearance of the blue discs, it seem that the brain interprets the image like a displacement of a single yellow disc drawing aside the presence of the blue discs.
2. Believe me, this is not a video or .gif file. This is a normal pic and the file format is .jpg, but you can see the snake is moving…scaryyy!!
Getting nauseous and sleepy seeing all these illusions..huhu..don’t sleep, live up your day!;-)
But, what to do, huh? It’s holiday, and I have a laptop and internet..so, maybe I’ll just watch YouTube all day??lol