👀Look at these optical Illusions! 👀
Ok here I go with my googling again! Do you want to know the different types of optical illusions? Sure you do! Ok read below.
Literal Optical Illusions
A literal illusion is when the image you see is different from the images that make it up. For example, the illustration Hill created which is actually two images strategically drawn to look like one fluid image is a literal illusion. Think of it as a reversible figure. The end result you see in a literal illusion is based on your perception. Both images exist.
Physiological Optical Illusions
These types of optical illusions are more complex because they reply on the over stimulation of the brain’s senses. The eye “sees” so much light, movement, color, dimension and size that it confuses the brain. The mind benders you see like geometric illusions and impossible pictures are physiological optical illusions. At first glance, a two-dimensional figure looks like it’s three-dimensional. That’s because the brain immediately interprets it to be that way. Upon further investigation, the brain realizes what the eye is actually seeing. The image in question does not exist in nature.
Cognitive Optical Illusions
This type of illusion is the most researched by scientists and psychologists because it is the most complex type of trick the eye can play on the brain. Unlike other optical illusions, these illusions rely on what the subconscious mind thinks and how it relates one object to another. In other words, what you see is believed to give insight into the depths of your thinking. A cognitive optical illusion uncovers what your brain infers and understands about something that has not been explained.
I like the Literal Optical Illusions the best. The middle one doesn't work well for me with my vision. Well the Cognitive Optical Illusions seems very similar to the first because it could be two things in one image. Now I'll go look to see if I can find more of the cognitive one.
I thought about tiger because I did not see the mane. 😉
Very good description, and thanks for the detailed version to mp. (It helped me for my English practice jeje)
@Elsa I am a teacher and librarian in elementary school. Also amateur designer and professional photographer. She taught photography before the pandemic 😔
Currently I only work as a librarian in a school and I am an administrator in an educational agency of the government.
ah !!! also a CCS fan 🤣
Hi @Elsa and @PrettyBubbles
I see a old woman if the top left. I see a old man in the top right. I see someone walking in the rain in the bottom left and I saw a half of face in the bottom right. 👍💕
How about this one...
What color so you see?
@Nix66 @DieOmimi @siti_payung @Greymane @Marriam1 @Miss_Dani @Nat09 @Lola_Pop @Nck @johamilton @LoveDachs @wykoon @Chicken_Slayer @Yosca @jeanps @hechicerilla @Spinnifix and anyone else.
Is the dress pictured black and blue, or white and gold?
Awesome illusions. 💕🤗
Thanks for the tag @Diamond Lim 💕