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Chroma: How pure a hue is in relation to gray  Saturation: The degree of purity of a hue.  Intensity: The brightness or dullness of a hue. One may lower the intensity by adding white or black.  Luminance / Value: A measure of the amount of light reflected from a hue. Those hues with a high content of white have a higher luminance or value. Shade and tint are terms that refer to a variation of a hue.

Chroma: How pure a hue is in relation to gray Saturation: The degree of purity of a hue. Intensity: The brightness or dullness of a hue. One may lower the intensity by adding white or black. Luminance / Value: A measure of the amount of light reflected from a hue. Those hues with a high content of white have a higher luminance or value. Shade and tint are terms that refer to a variation of a hue.

Even they seem to be twisted this lines are perfectly straight and parallel.

Even they seem to be twisted this lines are perfectly straight and parallel.

This powerful optical illusion, created digitally by R. Beau Lotto, is called the cross-piece illusion. Two bars made up of colored cylinders, meet in a junction piece. In one picture, the cross-piece looks blue-gray. In another it looks yellow. In fact it’s precisely the same color. View the illiusion with a slider here: http://www.echalk.co.uk/amusements/OpticalIllusions/colourPerception/colourPerception.html #colour #illusion

This powerful optical illusion, created digitally by R. Beau Lotto, is called the cross-piece illusion. Two bars made up of colored cylinders, meet in a junction piece. In one picture, the cross-piece looks blue-gray. In another it looks yellow. In fact it’s precisely the same color. View the illiusion with a slider here: http://www.echalk.co.uk/amusements/OpticalIllusions/colourPerception/colourPerception.html #colour #illusion

Another famous illusion, this one was recently rediscovered in a cafe wall at the bottom of St. Michael’s Hill. Although the lines appear to be diverging from one another they are in fact quite parallel.

Another famous illusion, this one was recently rediscovered in a cafe wall at the bottom of St. Michael’s Hill. Although the lines appear to be diverging from one another they are in fact quite parallel.

This static piece immediately draws you inside it, and at the same time produces a feeling you’re flying right trough the tunnel!

This static piece immediately draws you inside it, and at the same time produces a feeling you’re flying right trough the tunnel!

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20 Awesome Optical Illusions Using Typography

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