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Optical Illusions Compelling but incorrect perceptions
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Gestalt-Type Illusions Illusions where Gestalt perception laws are manipulated or whole objects are perceived
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Fraser’s Spiral The Gestalt law of continuity hides the fact that there are only concentric circles in the “spiral.”
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Continuous Line Illusion
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Necker Cube The Necker cube is an illusion in which a two-dimensional drawing of an array of cubes appears to simultaneously protrude from and intrude into the page
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Figure/Ground Illusions
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Multiple Objects Illusions
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Illusory Contour Figures Radial line segments whose inward- pointing end produce the illusion of a circle
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Kanizsa Triangle
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Context Produced Illusions Where background or surrounding contexts distort accurate perception
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Ponzo Illusion The converging lines disrupt proper size perception.
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Other Angle Illusions Shapes such as segments or angles appear larger when placed inside a larger angle.
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Muller-Lyer Illusion A context produced illusion. The context causes the lines to be perceived as either longer or shorter.
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Vertical-Horizontal Illusion
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