Table Size Illusion Category: Size and Distance | Added: June 4, 2009
These two tables in this image by Roger Shepard appear to be different sizes, the one on the left is oriented vertically and seems to be longer and thinner. Remarkably, both tables are actually exactly the same size.
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All depends of the position for the object., and also the perspective. If you have a round jar ( cream for a face for example ), and if you try to see the tap on high position from your eyes, is going to look small like a shape of an eye, but if you move the top of the cream down to you chest?., is going to look more big. These tables are a good example how an object to can change from a different perspective of point or angles.