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|I think the frisbee one works much better. That one seems totally obvious to me.|
Priming can induce expections of what you should be seeing (judging by reactions to the OP you lot need to take your mind from the gutter), a manifestation of top-down processing.|
For example, if I told (primed) you this image was either a) young woman or b) old woman then when you view the image you'd see what you was told. With practise you'll be able to see both the old and the young woman though.
|Hehe, I saw one old woman and one decrepit old biddy.|
I worked on a conveyor belt line for a while and had a similar thing. You might also notice it when viewing movie credits which switch from rolling to static text.
|Or when a train stops at a station after you've been staring out of the window for ages. When I was a kid I would swear that the train was still moving even though it wasn't.|
|Heh, nice. Makes my eyes sore after a short while though.|
|I don't get it|
|There is no lake.|
|Heh, very nice. Took me a while.|
|It probably wouldn't work if the photo was in a bit higher resolution, though.|
|i still dont get it, it looks like a large body of water, there is no illusion there|
Heh. That is the illusion.
It's a white wall, directly behind the plants in the foreground. What looks like water glistening at the opposite shore is the sun shining on top of the wall.
ploop wrote:Look at the little bit of green on the far left side of the screen for a clue. There's something strange about it.