Optical Illusions PDF ✓ Hardcover


Optical Illusions Optical Illusions are a bit of a universal language People from all over the globe have the same rods and cones in their eyes so all of their eyes can be fooled into thinking erroneously This book is full of moving circles and images that aren t really there, but at the same time your brain says that they are It is interactive with a decoder to help dispel what your eyes are telling you, as well as an illusion that you can build at the end Children of all ages, as well as adults, will enj Optical Illusions are a bit of a universal language People from all over the globe have the same rods and cones in their eyes so all of their eyes can be fooled into thinking erroneously This book is full of moving circles and images that aren t really there, but at the same time your brain says that they are It is interactive with a decoder to help dispel what your eyes are telling you, as well as an illusion that you can build at the end Children of all ages, as well as adults, will enjoy the trickery, as well as learning a bit of science behind the optical effects With the dynamic interactive Optical Illusions, each time readers turn the page, lift the flaps, or pull the tabs, they ll be confronted with an even amazing optical illusion This guide to the world of eye tricks is fun for the entire family providing new and gasp inducing moments on each page Along with the illusions, which include a spinning thaumatrope, a stereoscope, and an entrancing D sculpture that follows you around the room, readers will welcome learning the latest theories about why illusions fool us


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