The break of the curveball « Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest
Illustration of why curveballs seem to suddenly drop.
Our illusions suggest that the perceived “break” may be caused by the transition from the central visual system to the peripheral visual system. Like a curveball, the spinning disks in the illusions appear to abruptly change direction when an observer switches from foveal to peripheral viewing.Free online OCR
I have used it and it works. Limit to ten pages per hour, each 2 MB or less.Optical Illusion Pictures at WomansDay.com - Cool Optical Illusions
Color illusion 12Beau Lotto: Optical illusions show how we see | Video on TED.com
Hyvä video optisista harhoista.
TED Talk, fascinating as always...
TED presentation on optical illusions - explanation that they are not failures of the senses, but simply the brain taking empirical and historical data it has gathered from other experiences that have been useful and analyzing data it receives. TL;DR - information has only the meaning we give it.8 Mind-Boggling Optical Illusions on Yahoo! Health
If you’ve ever felt like you go a little cross-eyed after taking a peek at an optical illusion, then you know they can be a pretty intense phenomenon. What your eyes perceive when looking at one of these images is actually a visual illusion; you seeswirly.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Object)
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This is great!! Found via Mental Floss.3qiYJ.png (PNG Image, 434x432 pixels)
Crossing circles... sorta. :-)Arduino Optical Mouse ADNS-2051, ADNS-2610, ADNS-2083, PAN3101
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