Ambiguous Optical Illusions

Ambiguous Optical Illusions

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First you see one thing, then another. The picture changes from one moment to the next, flip-flopping back and forth. That's an ambiguous illusion, and the ones in this largest-ever collection offer constant, pleasurable surprises. Sometimes, the perceptual shift occurs if you just stare at the visual puzzle long enough; in other cases, it's necessary to invert or rotate the image first. In one picture, it's a cat-and-mouse game as you try to discover where the mouse is hiding from the cat. Another image features two minstrels playing homage to William Shakespeare--but at first, only the familiar portrait of the bard may be apparent. Once the dual nature of the illusion reveals itself, you'll never see just one object again.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., c2005.
ISBN: 9781435212466
1435212460
9781402718298
1402718292
Branch Call Number: j 152.148 SECKEL A
Characteristics: 96 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 21 x 21 cm.

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