Physical illusions are any objects in the mind’s eye that are so convincing they seem real, so we might think they are real by virtue of their own appearances and that in this way, we can fool ourselves while thinking that they are a physical object. One example is the mirror we have in our room. The mirror, as the name suggests, has what are known as optical illusions about it. This is where the surface of the mirror moves in and out of view. The mirror would become a physical object the moment a viewer held his/her finger over the surface. There are three optical illusions, the mirror, the hole in the ceiling and the wall. The second illusion is that the surface of the wall is not flat but is curved.
The third illusion is that the ceiling is made up of many little lines which are really just a combination of the lines that make up the ceiling. This illusion also applies to the floor. If we were to make a drawing of the floor, we would be very aware of the imperfections in the drawing as well as the fact that there are no lines connecting the objects.
What can happen to our senses of sight while we are pretending to be watching a television screen? Can we see the image?
We might think that when we pretend to watch a television screen, we can really see the image, which is true. However, there is no way we can really see an image unless our eyes are properly functioning. In order for our eyes to see an object of visual magnitude, we must have an extremely large amount of light reflected back to us (a situation in which the image may be obscured). The amount of light reflected back depends on two factors: the size of the object being observed and the speed of light. The larger the object (that is, if it has large size, there is a lot of light required to make a large amount of image). The more light is reflected back, the greater the chance that we may not be able to see an image properly and even if we did, the chance of seeing the image is very small. Therefore, we are in no condition in which we would be able to see an image properly.
How do physical objects of the brain interact with our senses to make us perceive an image as it is actually perceived by the eyes?
Some people describe how the brain “sees” an object when we are viewing it. People say there is a connection between the brain and the mind and that the eye sends signals
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