optical illusion

NOUN
  1. an optical phenomenon that results in a false or deceptive visual impression
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How To Use optical illusion In A Sentence

  • This is an optical illusion in which the diagram of a skeleton cube appears to the observer in either of two orientations.
  • I think I see a ghost but it is just an optical illusion.
  • I thought I saw a ghost but it was just an optical illusion.
  • It is not an optical illusion or trick photography.
  • The same optical illusion is in the second act.
  • This is an optical illusion in which the diagram of a skeleton cube appears to the observer in either of two orientations.
  • Even knowing what he did, Kirov found it difficult to see how the optical illusion had been managed.
  • There was no link between Sally's sexual beleaguerment, Hannah's fear of our attic, the Burridge seniors 'drugged sleep, and Helen's optical illusions. Incubus
  • Such as thaumatrope, a toy played with by both boys and girls, it is a simple toy that created an optical illusion using a spinning disc with a different picture on each side.
  • This paper conducted the basic classification to graphic expression skills of optical illusion, and analyzed the types of optical illusion and its applications in design areas.
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