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Contrast & Color Illusions This section contains examples of illusions which are driven by the way we see high contrast images and colors. High contrast images such as black and white can affect the way we see scenes. If we surround a black object with white; the black object will look lighter in contrast. If we surround white areas with black; the white areas will look lighter in contrast. This rule will apply equally to all light and dark color pairs. The Stroop Tests identify an interesting peccadillo between the way we see simple colors, and the way we read the words for those colors.

Burning Fuses

Checkerboard Illusion

Color Cube Illusion

Laura's Eyes

Mystic Wheel of Contrast

Ouchi's Illusion

Sliding Blue Hues

Stroop Tests

White's Illusion


 

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