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Perceptual Illusion

We selected the Muller Illusion as our main topic of the project. Basically, Muller Illusion consists of s set of arrow-like figures with fins pointing inward or outward. Although the straight line segments are of the same length, people tend to think that the arrow with fins pointing inward is longer. This s because our visual system judge the depth and distance of things we see constantly. Our subconscious  makes us to believe that line with fins pointing inward is farther away and therefore longer. 

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