Paradox Illusions

نوشته شده در موضوع خرید اینترنتی در 21 مارس 2018

Paradox illusions are generated by objects that are enigmatic or unfit in “real life” or 3 dimensions, though demeanour infrequently convincing and confusing in dual dimensional drawings. Such illusions are mostly contingent on a cognitive disagreement that adjacent edges contingency join.

Lionel Penrose and his son Roger Penrose combined several such classical unfit objects as a Penrose Triangle and a Penrose Stairs. The Penrose stairs is a two-dimensional depiction of a staircase in that a stairs make 4 90-degree turns as they rise or deplane nonetheless form a continual loop, so that a chairman could stand them perpetually and never get any higher. This is clearly unfit in 3 dimensions; a two-dimensional figure achieves this antithesis by distorting perspective. The best famous instance of Penrose stairs appears in a stipple Ascending and Descending by M. C. Escher, where it is incorporated into a nunnery where monks do penance by descending continuously, though are authorised to spin around and deplane occasionally.

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