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Size Illusion This
illusion called Sarcone’s Crosses contradicts Ebbinghaus
illusion and Obonai square illusion (fig.
2). Sarcone's cross illusion consists of a cross (the
test shape) surrounded by sets of squares of distinct
size (the inducing shapes). As shown in the diagram
opposite (fig. 1), the 2 red crosses are exactly the
same size; however, the one on the left (surrounded
by large squares, fig. 1.a) tends to appear larger.
In Obonai square illusion
is exactly the contrary!
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A. Sarcone and Marie J. Waeber, designers and writers,
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educational manipulatives and thinking games which help teach
mathematics, visual and plastic arts. Their maxim is: be
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Society's Young People's Book Prize (click here to
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