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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Classy Illusion

I found this on my stumbles on the WWW... and just had to share it with all of you!
The Squares marked A and B are exactly the same colour!!!

To check this out, just copy paste the image into any image software... then cut paste a tiny part of square A into a new window, and then copy paste a tiny part of square B into another window... check out both the colours, you will see that amazingly, unbelievably they are the same!!!

Seeing is Believing? Not quite huh?! :)  

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13 comments:

Raghavan said...

gotta stare long enough at B to "darken it" lol :) time well spent !

Sankalp Naik said...

Jai Gurudev Bau,
Its awesome
the colors are the same!!!
i tried it in MSPaint
i used pick color tool
Its cool
Thanks Bau
Jai Gurudev
SANKALP

Jyuthika said...

Cool Bau ;)

Jai Gurudev :)

Dinesh said...

so the learning here is always wat is u c is not reality so where is the boarderline? means where seeing make sense and where it is non-sense? hope u will clearify from ur experience.....

Anonymous said...

you've become very quiet all of a sudden ! what happened?? i miss your posts !!

Niveditha Shekar said...

I tried it...Very nice bhaiya :)The colors are same!

Anonymous said...

ps: and your twitter too !! :)

Bawa said...

I dont think there is any learning here... its just pure fun :)
You could ofcourse complicate it as much as you wish to :)

Anupam Gupta said...

hehe bau...:D :D

Abhay Karnataki said...

reminds me of Ashtavakra commentary when Guruji tells to "tilt your eyes...!"

Bau, please keep a "send this article to your friends" link on your page na.. I would like to recommend this artcile to many people!

Anyways, I would do it manually right now.
Jgd.

Monica said...

can't digest it!!

Abhi said...

yes, the only way to *see* that the colors are the same is to take a printout and hide the neighbouring cells with your hands.
Then, you will *see* that they are indeed the same color.

The eye adjusts the color perception based on surrounding information that it processes..

v. nice !

Anonymous said...

the environment influences you so much, unless you are out of the illusion! :) jgd, abhay

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