Our brain, eyes, and nerves can fool us. This is the basis for many interesting optical illusions. It is also the basis for a field of research, a subdivision of psychology, known as Gestalt Theory. This app, designed to be both informative and interesting, introduces principles of Gestalt perception, as well as other surprising visual effects that you have to see to believe. Animation has been used extensively to illustrate the nature of our false perceptions. So whether you're preparing for an exam in Psychology 101, or simply interested in optical illusions, you will find dozens of intriguing examples of how our mind and eyes play tricks on us. Gestalt means "unified whole." The Gestalt effect refers to the capability of our senses to generate unified impressions that ignore details. Through the use of examples we can see how this capacity causes us, in some cases, to form inaccurate impressions. Visual Gestalt principles of grouping were introduced in the 1920s by Max Wertheimer.
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