Optical illusion science fair projects

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magic eye science fair project

Instead, you saw a bluish-green ball inside the flask, because the red cones were still too tired from looking at the red ball to transmit information. It's not always the same thing!

How to create optical illusions

Like many similar illusions, the dots are the same size…really! Check out the spiral…except it is not a spiral, just circles. It's not always the same thing! Look at the dots in the center. Print a sufficient number of copies of the five illusions so that each subject has his or her own set of pictures. Discover the Science Behind Afterimages! It is not animated! How do the two halves appear now? Or have you seen what looks like water on the highway when driving in the sunshine? This is an optical illusion. Allocate the same amount of time for the viewing of each picture and for the written responses. We'd love to see!

Stare hard at the red ball for about 20 seconds, then look at the empty flask, letting your eyes go a bit unfocused. To give it a try, look first at the airplane image. Try printing it out on a color printer and it will still work. You may wish to graph the data. Pretty cool, huh?

science fair projects with mirrors

Have you created your own visual illusions? You are seeing something that is not really there! Create the data sheets you will use to record your observations.

Allocate the same amount of time for the viewing of each picture and for the written responses. Get the Scoop on Stroop : The color of text makes it harder for people to correctly read the typed name of a color. The artist confuses his viewer by changing they way our brain is used to seeing things.

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Optical Illusion Science Fair Projects and Experiments