Wednesday, 26 November 2008

My brain hurts

An optical illusion from the Telegraph. This one is the 'Adelson Checker Shadow Illusion'. Apparently it is only an illusion that the 'white' squares in the shadow of the green cylinder (such as B) are a different colour from the 'black' squares outside (such as A). In fact, says the Torygraph, A and B are exactly the same shade of grey (much like, say, John Hutton and James Purnell).

I simply don't believe it.

More illusions here.

1 comment:

Captain Haddock said...

total gibberish from the telygrarf? shurely not!