Checker Shadow Illusion

By: Tina Rasp

With this illusion, it causes your brain to interpret the colors as it thinks they should be instead of what they really are. Since Block A is next to lighter shaded squares, and Block B is next to darker shaded squares, It makes it seem like squares A is darker than it really is.                               The illusion which is called "The checker shadow illusion" shows us that everything isn't as it seems.

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