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Coole optical illusions
Optic illuminations (sometimes referred to as pictorial illusions) are cold images that are seen in a way that is different from objectively real. That which the naked human eyes see is misinterpreted by the brains in a way that is inconsistent with the physics of the original picture. On this page you will find different kinds of awesome optic illuminations, all of which are divided into different levels of detail which can be found at the bottom and also in the menus on the right.
There are great uses of delusions from reality that will deceive your vision. You can find all 5 Y's in this photo? Few humans can see a painting that is concealed in this vision test. Another nice photo that confused the cyber. You like these brains and want to add them to your Google +1 or Facebook profiles?
Dig a cave
Its most interesting part occurred when it hit a 68-pound cliff. And then she went in and roll out the stone. Early in the autumn, June returned to this cave and lifted the bed linen inside and sat down for the cold season. But not all caves are like this den. There are some in cracks, empty rooms, empty rooms, empty rooms, empty rooms, hollow trees or piles of brushes.
There are some under the upward pointing stems of wind-driven 45 degree inclined saplings. There are others among the stems of subtrees kept one or two feet above the soil by the rhizome. June made a new cave in the autumn. When puppies are abandoned, they know how to build caves all by themselves.
Front End Vision and Multi-Scale Image Analysis: Multiscale Computer Vision... - Bart M. Haar Romeny
A number of different solutions have been suggested to resolve the problems of searching for the optical stream pattern of an imaging series. There are three main categories of optical fluid dynamics calculation technique (see Beauchemin and Barron IBeauchemin19951 for a good overview): slope mode (or differential) methodology; phase-based (or spectral range) methodology; correlation-based (or area-based) methodology; attribute point (or scarce data) methodology; in this section, we calculate the optical flux as a density optical fluid dynamics array using a multi-scale derivative technique.
Florack1998a ], initially suggested by Florack and Nielsen, is known as the Multiscale Optical Flow Constrain Equation or MOFCE. It is a scaled spatial edition of the well-known computer-aided computational fluid dynamics computational fluid dynamics computational fluid dynamics solution as initially suggested by Horn and Schunck[Horn1981]. As is customary, this spatial scaling variance comprises the initiation of the opening of observations into the actual processes.
Maas et al. described the aplication to hi-fi [Maas 1995a, Maas 1996a]. We concentrate in this section on the spatial scaling approaches for the optical streaming measurements we can get from the front end.