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How Brain Works against in identifying colors? How Brain Works against in identifying colors? Presentation Transcript

    • Are you experienced in colour composition?!
    • OK,
    • then have a good look at the following picture...
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    • Are the colours of the
    • squares “A” and “B” the same?
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    • NO?
    Have a closer look!...
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    • Not convinced?!
    • Go back if you want.
    • Nobody has changed the colour of the squares.
    • You have just witnessed an important
    • phenomenon about the funcion of the brain...
    • The brain interpretes the squares
    • as they should appear: Black or white,
    • shown here as a dark and light gray. It completely disregards that they have the same shade! The opposite squares suggest 2 different colours...
    • and your brain accepts this as a fact.
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    • It shows that often we observe things
    • not as they are
    • but as we want them to be!