VISUAL PERCEPTION AT THE SERVICE OF EVIL
Visual perception is the result of the interpretation of the information that reaches our visual system. Our brain must make decisions about this information and develop an interpretation of what is happening around us, which will not always match reality. Shapes, colours, movements, distances, etc … can sometimes play tricks on us and convince us that what we are seeing is real, when it is not. This activity will show some curious situations where to show that our perception is often deceived.
DATE: 22nd SEPTEMBER 9.30 AM.
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