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The Exploratorium Online Seeing Exhibits

This is a doorway to lots of rooms with interactive optical illusions Fading Dot, Birds in a Cage, The Temple Illusion, just to name a few. Try them all they're fun Need Shockwave to view. courtesy of netTrekker
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This is a doorway to lots of rooms with interactive optical illusions - Fading Dot, Birds in a Cage, The Temple Illusion, just to name a few. Try them all- they're fun! Need Shockwave to view.

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