If you show a picture of a rotating grid, the brain will try to group things and it will ook like some parts are rotating together. This is temporal aliasing. Source: David O’Reilly.
We know that all human beings are able to detect what we usually call an optical illusion (it’s a feature of our brains trying to reconcile illogical forms with what the brain is wired for). However, there was a good question left open: Can a baby see an optical illusion? A team led by Sarah… Read More
This optical illusion is perfectly classical, but it would be a mess to try and draw it by yourself, no?