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What you see…

Once, when visiting the Dallas-Fort Worth area, we discovered, among other very worthwhile places to search out, the “Museum of Illusions Dallas.” It was definitely worth our time. Exhibit after interactive exhibit creatively challenged our perceptions of the reality that we thought we were observing. The museum exhibits demonstrated that what we experience can be manipulated to misrepresent what is actually there, or can be visually reconstructed to represent more than is actually there, as with the “Einstein Photograph,” made up of a myriad of other images.

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