Mar 302011
 

This one is a bit off the beaten path, but it continues to fascinate me and forces me to think about how people perceive things (which most certainly *is* on the path.)

See http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/right-brain-v-left-brain/story-e6frf7jo-1111114603615

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  1. I love this demonstration. A great **revelation** about how different alike people may be. Reminds me of the new classroom approach of multiple intelligences, in which a teacher learns to vary the teaching method in order to improve comprehension and retention across a wide swath of learning styles. Now, do I need my eyes checked or does the figure change direction on her own?

    • Helene,

      The figure never “changes” direction. It’s your perception that changes. I’m able to make the figure change by concentrating on the shadow part of the animation. It’s really very cool.

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