Latest Illusion Stories
Optical illusions on high-quality tee shirts have proven to be popular; fans range from kids to adults.
Tees For Your Head's product offerings continue to expand, now offering a fun and geeky line of illusions to their tees, in sizes from toddler to 6XL. Santa
People rely on their eyes for most things they do – yet the information provided by our visual sensing system is often distorted, unreliable and subject to illusion.
New research by psychologists at Queen Mary, University of London has revealed that the way we see the world might depend on reflexes in the brain.
“False memories tend to get a bad rap,” says developmental psychologist Mark L. Howe, of Lancaster University in England.
Scientists have come up with new insight into the brain processes that cause the following optical illusion.
New research provides the first evidence that sensory recalibration â€” the brain's automatic correcting of errors in our sensory or perceptual systems â€” can occur instantly.
Can't help molding some snow into a ball and hurling it or tossing a stone as far into a lake as you can?
A psychology professor has found that the way people perceive the Silhouette Illusion, a popular illusion that went viral and has received substantial online attention, has little to do with the viewers' personality, or whether they are left- or right-brained, despite the fact that the illusion is often used to test these attributes in popular e-quizzes.
Wellcome Trust scientists have shown for the first time that exactly how we see our environment depends on the size of the visual part of our brain.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.