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Spooky Science: Make a Ghostly Illusion

  • Published6 Aug 2013
  • Reviewed6 Aug 2013
  • Author
  • Source Scientific American

Educator resources are meant to give access to information and teaching tools about the nervous system and related health issues. Resources target primary and secondary school levels.

Illusions reveal how your eyes and brain work together to process visual information. In this activity, you'll create an optical illusion and learn that your eyes can play some eerie tricks on you—even in broad daylight.

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