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you see two or three elegant women? Illusions that
generally feature two figures whose contours match
seamlessly the contours of another figure inducing
the viewer with a mental choice of two interpretations,
each of which is valid, are related to Rubin’s
vase illusion, named after the Danish psychologist Edgar
Rubin who introduced this illusion
in his work 'Synsoplevede Figurer' ("Visual
Figures") published around 1915.
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Gianni A. Sarcone and Marie J. Waeber, designers and writers,
are specialists in creative learning. They create and invent
educational manipulatives and thinking games which help teach
mathematics, visual and plastic arts. Their maxim is: be
curious first! (click here to
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