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RE: Optical illusions / Another way of perceiving our environment

in StemSocial2 months ago

It is interesting to know that lighting and shapes of an image or object can create a different visual perception. Optical illusions are created due to this, but I quite intrigue about how optical illusion are processed thru our brains. If the perception to our environment is affected by many factors like having optical illusion, can we relate it to some cognitive biases of visual perception? !wine

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Greetings @juecoree.

The phenomenon of light and its luminous rays have allowed us to perceive our wonderful environment in an objective and illusory way, as we could witness in the examples shown here, this is transferred from our natural receiving screen (retina) to our brain through the optic nerve, a journey as you mention interesting to know.

Thank you brother for your important contribution.