On Twitter, BBC Academy trainer Marc Blank-Settle attracted more than 3,000 retweets for pointing out something strange about the pieces to a wooden train set: Apart, one track appeared larger than the other, but placed atop each other, it was clear they were actually the same size. Settle summed it up for thousands of others: âWhat is going on here?!â
In the video above, Slate demonstrates whatâs known as the Jastrow illusion, a tricky brain teaser that may arise from how two objectsâ angles are compared. (No, it isnât the camera angle.) The objects are in fact the same size, itâs just hard for our brains to see them that way.
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Taught Advanced Internet Marketing Strategies at the graduate level.
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