Beginners Interactive NetLogo Dictionary (BIND)
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This model presents seven optical illusions.
The optical illusions are constructed using a combination of NetLogo turtles and patches.
White circles on a gray background produce an illusion of the circles changing colors between black and white, depending on where you focus your eyes.
Diagonals moving away from the center create an illusion of depth, which makes the parallel horizontal lines seem to bend in the center.
The perpendicular lines that do not match row to row create an illusion of the lines between them being not parallel.
Relative sizes of other circles skew the perception of the middle circles, creating an illusion of difference in size.
Circles of diamonds seem to rotate as you focus your eyes on their center.
Intensely saturated colors create an illusion of rippling waves of motion.
Four simple concentric circles look like interlocking spirals.
Press a button to choose an illusion, and it will be presented in the NetLogo view.
Some explanatory text will appear in the monitor below the view.
Add more illusions.
Many of the illusions in the model, such as illusions 2, 4, 5 and 7, involve turtles positioned in a circle around a middle point. This shows how to use
heading to position objects in a pattern.
Other models that were created "for fun" include Frogger, Lunar Lander and other games included in the Games section of the Models Library.
Illusion #6 is based on the cover of the album "Merriweather Post Pavilion" by Animal Collective, which in turn is based on an illusion by Akiyoshi Kitaoka.
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