Color Illusions, Weird Lines
16 Jan , 2012
How many colors do you see? Look at the two pink diagonal lines. There are only 3 colors: White, green, and pink. Look carefully, they are the same.
The hypothesis claims that visual illusions occur because the neural circuitry in our visual system evolves, by neural learning, to a system that makes very efficient interpretations of usual 3D scenes based in the emergence of simplified models in our brain that speed up the interpretation process but give rise to optical illusions in unusual situations. In this sense, the cognitive processes hypothesis can be considered a framework for an understanding of optical illusions as the signature of the empirical statistical way vision has evolved to solve the inverse problem.
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