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What do you see when you look at the world? Does reality really exist the way you experience it? Your brain is constantly taking in different bits of information all at once to make meaningful patterns that eventually form a complete picture of the world around you. Whether it's light, shadow, distance or sound, the way your brain perceives this information creates your unique perspective. But have you ever stopped to wonder if your brain is actually being fooled - or if your brain is fooling you? In this episode of Brain Games, you'll see how your brain gets tripped up by odd angles, how light and shadows play a crucial role in your perception of the world, how you can radically shift the way you see reality and how your brain isn't always as honest with you as you think it is. Through a series of games and experiments, you'll discover why you shouldn't always believe what you see.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : National Geographic Television & Film, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
Branch Call Number: E-VIDEO
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (24 min., 1 sec.)) : sd., col.


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