“As you can see in the top left, against the white background, every set of lines has the same shape (a sine curve). But when viewed against the gray background, the lines where the top curve is black and the bottom curve is white still look rounded, while the lines where each curve is half-black and half-white look like sharp angles.”

Researcher Kohske Takahashi discovers Curvature Blindness, a new type of optical illusion.

(via MeFi)

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