Archive for the ‘Online Optical Illusions’ Category

Online Optical Illusion: Experience and Perception

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

By Boomeryearbook.com

To a very great extent, our visual sense is not “objective” in that there is not a perfect one to one ratio between what we see and how we make sense of what we see. In fact, oftentimes our brain interprets what our eyes perceive based not solely on the visual stimuli we are looking at but on our cognitions and experiences.
(http://boomeryearbook.com/blog/2009/03/15/psychological-article-types-of-online-optical-illusions/)

Many online optical illusions capitalize on this common miscommunication between our eyes and our brains, and use it to create online optical illusions; especially of the Cognitive type. Thus, when looking at an online optical illusion, the human brain takes in the visual stimuli and then connects it to past cognitions and experiences, matching the stimuli to our cultural and experiential “Gestalt”, In other words, perceiving the online optical illusion in the context of what is familiar and previously stored in our brains as meaningfully recognizable.

One of the classical online optical illusions that illustrates this example is the “Message of Love from the Dolphins” by Swiss artist Sandro Del-Prete.

message-of-love-from-dolphins

Hmmm. What do you see? Well, before jumping to judgmental conclusions about this online optical illusion, it’s important to know that psychological articles inform us that adults see something very different than does the typical child.

If you are an adult, you will probably see two individuals in an intimate position in this online optical illusion. That is all right. Most adults will see the same. It is because you have prior knowledge of what lovemaking is. However, I have to disappoint you. In fact, this image is not of two individuals in an intimate position.

Psychological articles advise us to perform this little experiment. Ask some small children with no knowledge of lovemaking to tell you what they see in this online optical illusion. Will they perceive the image as adults do? Psychological articles tell us the answer is no. In fact, they see nine dolphins in a bottle on this online optical illusion. You may be surprised but it is true. Take another good look to this online optical illusion to find the nine dolphins.

Have you found the nine dolphins in this online optical illusion? If not, let me suggest that you concentrate on the black spots within the picture that you perceived to be human figures.

When you look at this online optical illusion, you perceived the image in connection with your prior knowledge that is within your realm of familiar experiences.

However, for a kid, this online optical illusion is just a school of dolphins in a bottle because they do not have any knowledge about the intimate position.

Don’t believe us at Boomer Yearbook? Check it out for yourself.

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Online Optical Illusion: The Hidden Tiger

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

By Boomeryearbook.com

Do you believe the statement “The first impression is the last impression” is true? Think again. There are various online optical illusions that will prove this quote wrong. When individuals look at an image, they try to perceive it in relationship to something that is most closely related to something they have experienced before. Psychological articles tell us that banking on this nature, creators of online optical illusions have created various illusions to play trick on the viewers.

The ‘The Hidden Tiger’ is one of those online optical illusions that tricks the human eye based on the way the human organizes visual sensory input.

hidden-tiger-optical-illusion1

What is your first impression of this online optical illusion? Your first impression may be that it is a picture of a tiger in the woods. You will also see the trees and the grasses. This is where our first impression can prove to be deceptive or incomplete.

Take another look. Do you see anything else? To be more precise, do you see ‘The Hidden Tiger’ in this online optical illusion? Take a closer look and try to find ‘The Hidden Tiger.’

If you still cannot find ‘The Hidden Tiger’, look closely at the tiger’s stripes. Can you now see the ‘The Hidden Tiger’ in this online optical illusion?. Most probably yes. Are you wondering how you missed it in the first trial? Well, you are far from alone and there is nothing to worry about. The majority of people looking at this oonline optical illusion tend to see the “whole” of the big tiger, not the hidden tiger as the way we perceive something is based on matching the perception of the new stimuli and generalizing it to something familiar of which we have stored prior knowledge.

Taking a first look at this online optical illusion of ‘The Hidden Tiger’ demonstrates that first impressions are seldom true; they are more accurately based on past perceptions and not just current stimuli. Thus the human brain’s way of generalizing sensory information provides the source of online optical illusion tricks, and encourages us to take a closer look at what we see in the world around us.

So, after “reframing” how you look at this online optical illusion, do you still believe the statement “The first impression is the last impression” is true? We at Boomer Yearbook would love to encourage you to look again.

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Online Optical Illusion: Effect of Color

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

Online Optical Illusions: Fading Colors

Online Optical Illusions: Fading Colors

Psychological Article By Boomeryearbook.com

Color has a profound impact in the creation of online optical illusions. Light rays from sources of different colors have different wavelengths. After passing through the lens of the eye, the differences in the wavelengths of these rays results in differences in focal points. Online optical illusions frequently incorporate this property of light to trick the viewer’s eye into seeing what is actually not present. A wide range of online optical illusions are available that make use of color in order to create the deceiving visual optical illusion.

One of the most commonly seen online optical illusions is the fading away of a particular color when placed in or around another prominent color.

To see the trick in this online optical illusion, look at the blue dot without any eye movement or movement of the head. What do you see? Keep looking and you will see the blue dot gradually disappearing. Some people find the blue dot in this online optical illusion disappearing rapidly, while others take a little longer.

Psychological articles attribute this phenomenon to the difference in wavelengths of the rays of light; making some colors appear to advance forward while others appear to retire or retreat into the background. Generally, colors with longer wavelengths, such as red, orange, and yellow, are advancing colors. Alternately, colors with shorter wavelengths, such as violet, blue and green, are retiring colors. When two colors with difference in wavelengths are placed together, the color with the shorter wavelength will be retiring while the other will be advancing.

In the present online optical illusion, the light coming from the blue dot is of shorter wavelength than that of the green circle. Hence, the blue dot appears to fade away in this online optical illusion.

Do you know what will happen if a big blue circle surrounds a green dot or an orange circle surrounds a yellow dot? Try it. You may end up creating your own online optical illusion. We hope you’ll let us know at Boomer Yearbook

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Online Optical Illusions Explained

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

By Boomeryearbook.com

Online optical illusion tricks are ever evolving with the quick succession of new and amazing images. The creators of these online optical illusions use various visual features to make an impact on the audience. In any of the online optical illusion tricks, you will find the ploy of contrast, color, depth, brightness, or position to provide the desire effect.

Online Optical Illusions

Online Optical Illusions

The given figure illustrates a very popular online optical illusion.

What do you see in this online optical illusion?

At first sight, you will see some black and white spots on a black background. If you are enterprising and really trying, you may also see the outline of a human head. However, can you exactly describe what the image is all about? Let’s perform a simple exercise to find out.

1. Concentrate on the black spots in the middle for 30-40 seconds.
2. Then fix your vision on a smooth surface, preferably white surface. You find a circle of light develops around your vision.
3. Blink your eyes a couple of time to see an image emerging.

What do you see? Rather, whom do you see?

Try out the steps to find an amazing image appearing from seemingly nowhere!

In this online optical illusion, ‘contrast of brightness’ or irradiation, is the optical feature that is creating the trick. Psychological articles suggest that the effect of irradiation, when factors of contrasts in brightness make the apparent enlargement of a bright object when viewed against a dark background, plays an important role in forming online optical illusions.

In the current online optical illusion, the visual excitation is spread over the border of the retina rapidly beyond the border of the stimulated region. With the impact of the stimulating light, the hidden image in this online optical illusion appears; therefore the contrast between dark and light, when juxtaposed next to each other, intensified the visual effect. (http://www.visualillusion.net/Chap08/Page01.php)

Creators of online optical illusions can use ‘contrast’ as it has a great effect in playing tricks on the audiences eyes. You can find the role of ‘contrast’ in many online optical illusions, including both monochromatic and polychromatic pictures. The more online optical illusions you view, the easier it becomes to see the effect. So, we at Boomer Yearbook hope you will take the time and enjoy our online optical illusions and expanlations.

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Online Optical Illusion: The Hidden Image

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

By Boomeryearbook.com

Online optical illusion tricks are ever evolving with the quick succession of new and amazing images. The creators of these online optical illusions use various visual features to make an impact on the audience. In any of the online optical illusion tricks, you will find the ploy of contrast, color, depth, brightness, or position to provide the desire effect.

Online Optical Illsusions

Online Optical Illsusions

The given figure illustrates a very popular online optical illusion.

What do you see in this online optical illusion?

At first sight, you will see some black and white spots on a black background. If you are enterprising and really trying, you may also see the outline of a human head. However, can you exactly describe what the image is all about? Let’s perform a simple exercise to find out.

1. Concentrate on the black spots in the middle for 30-40 seconds.
2. Then fix your vision on a smooth surface, preferably white surface. You find a circle of light develops around your vision.
3. Blink your eyes a couple of time to see an image emerging.

What do you see? Rather, whom do you see?

Try out the steps to find an amazing image appearing from seemingly nowhere!

In this online optical illusion, ‘contrast of brightness’ or irradiation, is the optical feature that is creating the trick. Psychological articles suggest that the effect of irradiation, when factors of contrasts in brightness make the apparent enlargement of a bright object when viewed against a dark background, plays an important role in forming online optical illusions.

In the current online optical illusion, the visual excitation is spread over the border of the retina rapidly beyond the border of the stimulated region. With the impact of the stimulating light, the hidden image in this online optical illusion appears; therefore the contrast between dark and light, when juxtaposed next to each other, intensified the visual effect. (http://www.visualillusion.net/Chap08/Page01.php)

Creators of online optical illusions can use ‘contrast’ as it has a great effect in playing tricks on the audiences eyes. You can find the role of ‘contrast’ in many online optical illusions, including both monochromatic and polychromatic pictures. The more online optical illusions you view, the easier it becomes to see the effect. So, we at Boomer Yearbook hope you will take the time and enjoy our online optical illusions and expanlations.

Boomer Yearbook is a Psychological Articles based-Informational Social Network Website for Baby Boomers, Echo Boomers and Booming Seniors. Connect with old and new friends, or expand your mind and ward off senior moments and elderly problems with dream analysis and online optical illusions and brain games provided by clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Turner. Join this Website for Baby Boomers to stay informed, receive weekly Newsfeeds, and let your opinions be heard.

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Classic Cognitive Online Optical Illusion: Young Girl or Old Woman

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Cognitive Optical Illusion: Do you see young girl or old woman? It's all a matter of how you perceive things.

Cognitive Optical Illusion: Do you see young girl or old woman? It's all a matter of how you perceive things.

By Boomeryearbook.com

As stated in http://boomeryearbook.com/blog/2009/03/15/psychological-article-types-of-online-optical-illusions/, this type of Online Optical Illusion results from stimuli perceived by the eye, our visual system, being interpreted or misinterpreted by our belief or ‘cognitive’ system, into something that makes sense for the viewer, or what psychological articlesrefer to as Gestalt.

In Gestalt psychological articles we learn that humans perceive “ambiguous” Online Optical Illusions, by making the unclear, deceptive visual perceptions of the Online Optical Illusion into an organized meaningful whole.

In cognitive Online Optical illusions the brain and eye can make differing inferences, which according to psychological articles result from our beliefs and assumptions about our world and its surroundings. Cognitive Online Optical Illusions are our brain’s attempt to transform the ambiguous into something recognizable and coherent, thus “cognitively” putting order into unclear or deceptive visual impressions. With Cognitive Online Optical Illusions, the brain accomplishes this by comparing possible conscious and sub conscious stimuli to previously stored cognitions and thus we give confusing perceptions presented in Cognitive Online Optical Illusions what we consider a “reasonable” explanation.

Thus, whether you see an old woman or young girl is based on your brain’s attempt to organize deceptive or misleading visual cues into something that makes sense to you.

So what do you see? At first I saw a young girl…Hmm, wonder what that says about me? Hint: The eye of the old woman is the ear of the young woman. The old woman’s mouth is the young woman’s necklace

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The Human Eye and Online Optical Illusions

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Rotating Water Online Optical Illusion

Rotating Water Online Optical Illusion

A Psychological Article By Boomeryearbook.com

A plethora of optical illusion tricks are available on the Web. These online optical illusions are a source of entertainment and challenge for many. One important aspect of online optical illusions is that the medium is so versatile; and can thus be subjected to pictorial manipulation of colors, shading, and dimensions.

An important element of the optical illusions is that it tricks the human eye. The same goes for online optical illusions. The human eye is a wonderful optical instrument. It acts as a link between the visual reality and human perception. However, it is far from ideal. It has various visual defects resulting in optical (i.e., visual) illusions. Two of the scientifically proven defects are spherical aberration and chromatic aberration.

Spherical Aberration-a cause of online optical illusion

Any spherical mirror has aberrations. That is, the light rays passing through a spherical lens do not focus at the same point, as ideally, it should. The rays striking the edges and the rays striking the near-center of the lens focus at different points. Thus, psychological articles inform us that just as any other spherical lens, the human eye also has spherical aberrations. This defect contributes a lot in forming optical illusions. When it comes to online optical illusions, the dynamics of the medium enables the creation of large ranges of illusions based on this defect.

Chromatic Aberration-a cause of online optical illusion

Chromatic aberration is another defect in the optical system that contributes to optical illusions, including online optical illusions. The white ray of light comprised of different rays of light with different wavelengths results in differences in focal points. Therefore, when the light rays from a source pass through the eye lens, they focus on different points causing optical illusions; and color and shading effects can be greatly enhanced on the web in online optical illusions. This feature helps in creating a wide range of online optical illusions that give a maximum illusory effect.

Optical illusions have been a source of entertainment, challenge, and amazement for many years. Online optical illusions have lifted optical illusions to another level. With the wide range applications available on the Web, it has become much easier to create online optical illusions in large numbers and various forms.

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Psychological Article: Types of Online Optical Illusions

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Literal Online Optical Illusion: How many feet do you see?

Literal Online Optical Illusion: How many feet do you see>

By Boomeryearbook.com

Psychological articles tell us that Optical illusions, or misperceived sensory signals, are categorized into three main types. First are literal optical illusions which are images different from the objects which make them. Sometimes our brain focus on the figure or its background to prepare perceptions categorized as figure-ground illusions. Our mind often chooses to ignore what it wants in order to create meaning and beauty; hence it forms Typographical illusions by focusing on one detail at the expense of other.

Second are physiological illusions which are created by the effect of an excessive impression of a stimulus such as color, movement and brightness. A good example of this type is the afterimage made after the bright lights. The retina of the eye retains the strong impression of the intense stimulus long after it is gone or removed. But these images are not simply restricted to the retina’s role because there are motion aftereffects as well where people registering one direction of motion for some time may experience the illusion of opposite motion at the same time. This is usually experienced by people watching waterfalls and is therefore called waterfall illusion. It is commonly experienced by normal individuals in their day to day life and often young children are caught wondering about it.

Cognitive Illusion: Square A and B are identical shades of gray.

Physiological Illusion: Square A and B are identical shades of gray.

The third type of optical illusions is the cognitive illusions in which the brain and eye make bizarre inferences. These are a result of beliefs and assumptions about one’s surroundings and the world. Cognitive illusions are an attempt by our brain to organize sensations into something more meaningful. In order to do so, the brain figures out possible and probable matches to existing conscious and sub conscious stimuli and compares to stored cognitions in order to formulate reasonable explanations of perceptions. This organization is possible when the brain sensory system perceives the stimuli as a meaningful whole, or what psychological articles refer to as a Gestalt.

Cognitive Optical Illusion

Cognitive Optical Illusion

Cognitive illusions further branch out as Ambiguous illusions, which psychological articles explain are ways our brains encourage alternative interpretations of visual stimuli, while distorting illusions involves distortion of shape and size occurring because of conflicting images, Paradox illusions occur because of paradoxical cognitive impressions, and Fictional illusions are those which are perceived by only one person ad thus are usually referred to as hallucinations.

Cognitive illusions can also be based on the human ability to view 2 dimensional drawings in the depth of three dimensions. Similarly, movement illusions can occur, for instance, when we are riding a bike and things in our surroundings will appear to move, although they are stationary. This movement perception is caused by a chain of sensory illusions resulting from motion.

Another interesting fact about cognitive optical illusions is that the color and brightness constancy impacts the perception so much that it identifies the color as it is regardless of the amount of light. All these various types of illusions are experienced by adults and children in routine life and are a part of the normal human range of experience. However, psychological articles suggest that regular viewing of online optical illusions challenges and teases our brains and has a beneficial and stimulating effect!

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Psychological Article: Difference between Hallucination and Optical Illusion

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Psychedelic Optical Illusion

Psychedelic Optical Illusion


Psychological Article by Boomeryearbook.com

Why we do not see separate static images instead of moving, walking, talking people in the motion pictures? Why does the silver feel cooler than the table cloth at our dinner table? We often wonder and long for a logical reason. Psychological articles tell us these perceptions are due to illusions which are experienced by many and yet fully understood by few. Optical illusions are faulty perceptions in selected situations, conditions, and circumstances and can occur naturally in nature, or be purposely generated.

In both illusion and hallucination an individual is experiencing or viewing something that is not “objectively” real. Often illusions and hallucinations are confused as one or as being connected, however, psychological articles tell us there are several important differences. Our sensory receptors are designed to detect a particular form of energy in order to send signals to the brain. These signals are made meaningful as sensations and perceptions only when the brain interprets them. At times these interpretations can be inaccurate and create what we call illusions. Illusions show us something very different from the actual as they result from a poor interpretation of the sensory stimulus, but they can happen when the external stimulus is there. In short, optical illusions are a result of misperceptions or perceptions which are essentially different from the “external” reality.

Hallucinations on the other hand, are quite different from illusions. Illusions are usually mutually experienced by numerous people viewing the stimuli, while a hallucination is experienced by an individual. Where an online optical illusion is a misrepresentation of a stimulus, a hallucination is a “unique, phantom” perception without any external stimulus as a hallucination is a projection of something internally generated that doesn’t exist in external reality. Psychological articles inform us that oftentimes hallucinations result from a psychotic psychological disorder such as schizophrenia or a drug induced psychotic state from taking LSD or other hallucinogenic drugs. However psychological articles advise that a very mild form of a hallucination is nothing more than a mere disturbance and is regarded as normal, particularly if you have lost a loved one and hallucinate the loved one’s presence after the death. Hallucinations can cause an individual to see something which is not there, or to hear fictitious sounds or voices. When hallucinating, the conscious mind does not function normally; however, illusions are routinely perceived by the majority of people viewing the stimuli and are considered quite normal. Psychological articles stress that Optical illusions are normal, and do not indicate any mental or psychological disorder. As illusions are misperceptions perceived under specific conditions therefore animals can also be subjected to it. What a thought. Our beloved dogs and cats can also be tricked by optical illusions. Hmm, wonder what they see when watching TV?

Illusions can be tricky, enjoyable and interesting. Most magicians such as Harry Blackstone, Chung Ling Soo and Siegfried & Roy, employ slight of hand and optical illusions to achieve “magical” displays; and the stage distance enhances the believability of the optical illusions effects, such as sawing a woman in half and Lady-to-Tiger. But it is for us to understand that their audience was not having hallucinations; what they saw were optical illusions, false perceptions intentionally created for effect and entertainment.

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Online Optical Illusions: The Eyes as Mirrors to the Soul

Monday, March 9th, 2009

Octavio Ocampo Optical Illusion-Do you see an old or young couple? Can you find the giant vase, the young girl, and tequilla bottle?

Octavio Ocampo Optical Illusion-Do you see an old or young couple?

Psychological articles are fond of telling us that “the eyes are the mirrors of the soul”, but while widely believed to be true, how many of us really understand the rationale behind this popular saying? Well we at Boomer Yearbook, the psychological website for baby boomers, want to bring our members an introductory psychological article on the Online Optical Illusions of the artist, Octavio Ocampo as an explanation of the science behind the adage.

According to definitions in psychological articles, Experimental Psychology is the segment of psychology that uses experimentation to study the mind, and more specifically stated in the Encarta MSN dictionary, “Experimental psychology is the branch of psychology that studies the basic mechanisms of the mind, e.g. perception, thinking, learning, and memory, often using experiments with individuals in controlled situations.”

And how does this psychological article relate to Octavio Ocampo’s Online Optical Illusion being the mirror of the soul? Simply this. Our senses give us different ways in which to understand and interpret the world. Since our sense of touch has the quality of tangibility, it helps us view our world through what we consider constant. Touching something is imbued with the consistent qualities of strength, solidarity, and form (structure), thus giving the sense of touch a strong basis for “realistically” understanding our surroundings. If you and someone on the opposite side of the world both touch a rock and report that it is hard, neither of you is giving away any clues to your inner thoughts or soul.

Alternately our eyes or sight, our perceptual sense, is lacking in formalized structure and uses “intangible” color and light to connect us to our world. And here is where our inner imaginings, our souls if you will, come into play, as color and light, being immaterial in nature, are open to the interpretation of our individual intellects and imaginations. Thus our perception is subjectively shaped by our unique personalities, culture, and emotions, and what we report “seeing” is frequently a “mirror to our inner soul” or personal interpretive view of the world.

So how do you see the Online Optical Illusion purposely drawn by Ocampo? Do you see an old couple a young couple or both? A Boomer Yearbook hint. The more Online Optical Illusions you look at the easier it gets to shift perception and see other’s points of view, and not singly reveal the “mirror to your soul”.

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