Tuesday, November 25, 2014

How Optical Illusions Work

Optical Illusions are images that trick our brains into seeing something differently than from what it truly is. In this video it shows three types of optical illusions and explains the brain's way of processing this information. 

1 comment:

  1. I thought your post was interesting because I love optical illusions. I like to try to figure out how my mind is tricking me before I am given the answer. My favorite type of optical illusion is the one that makes you look at a moving screen for a certain amount of time and then look away to see stationary things moving. I like how the video explains how the brain processes the information because it gave me an insight on how the illusion tricks the mind.