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“For great art, you have to perceive the object, the situation, and watch the everyday lighting,” 3D painter Stefan Pabst told Booooooom. “You have to see something like you did the very first time you saw it, with a complete open mind, like a child.” More on Pabst’s Facebook page.
Can you spot the baby in this image? Researchers at the Universities of Cardiff and Cambridge found that volunteers who showed early signs of psychosis were much better at recognizing the baby than a group of people who did not have psychosis. Can’t see the baby? Good for you! See the original photo. [via]
Psychology professor Richard Wiseman of Quirkology shows how to make ten optical illusions. The one with the straw is a good magic trick! Download the floating dice template here.
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