Friday, September 25, 2015

what do you see?

Perception can be defined as our recognition and interpretation of sensory information. The best example in observing how people differ in perception is through optical illusions, particularly the ones where multiple images can be seen throughout one image. Here we can see who would see a face and who would see the word liar.
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or who sees a vase and who see two faces
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and lastly, who see a frog and who sees a horse?
Image result for optical illusions frog Optical illusions are a fun part of perception, the fact that we can all stare at the same image and see different things. Most recently there was the famous controversy over a dress. Do you see black and blue or gold and white?

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