MullerLyer illusion The two lines with arrows at each end appear to be different lengths on the left In fact they are the same length There are many explanations for this but it is thought likely that it exploits our brains perception of perspective Viewing the lines as existing in dimensions and assuming that the arrows are emerging perpendicularly to the lines we get the impression that the line on the right hand side is closer than the one on the left As the line at the left is perceived to be further away it is assumed by the brain to be longer
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