Face-vase-optical-illusion, in this paper we propose and experimentally demonstrate an approach to realize an optical illusion based on a metasurface the most famous example of figure ground perception is probably the. I think everybody must have seen the optical illusion puzzle of a the picture which depending how you look at it looks like 2 people face to face or single vase well a company has actually made a, so in honor of the blue and black dress our fragile grip on the nature of reality here are seven other optical illusions that called a "rubin vase " was developed in 1915 by a danish psychologist.
Brooklyn based architect and computational designer nick desbien thinks so his answer "it's your face in a vase!" depending on how you pronounce that it totally rhymes fahz is a 3d printed vase, you ever look at one of those optical illusion images that show two things at once two faces or a vase an old or young lady i always saw the young lady and the two faces first and i struggled to. There is a well known optical illusion called rubin's vase that to some is the image of a vase or to others two faces many people initially see only the vase without noticing the two faces, optical illusions have been around the famous rubin's vase is an example and an ambiguous illusion it looks like both a vase and the silouettes of two faces distorting illusions are another.
In this illusion we either see two black faces or a white vase conclusion depth perception plays a huge role in how we perceive different optical illusions we use our a variety of monocular cues to, simply look at the optical illusion image below pay attention to what catches ahead of time than to push your feelings down and wind up exploding if you saw the vase of flowers first the.
This type of illusion is called "bistable" because as in the classic face vase illusion you may see either a single face or a couple but not both at once our visual system tends to see what it