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  • my visual perception usually changes

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    what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    ln Gestalt psychology the figure ground perception is a term used to refer to our tendency to distinguish between the background and the object in our visual field .the human perceptual capacity seperates the elements into either figure or ground elements.our perception of visual stimulus may change if the figure ground relationship isnt presented in a specific way .

    what you see in these visuals may change according to how you differentiate the items you organize in your visual perception


    decide which parts of these images seem to be the figure and the ground of the composition



    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-gestslllllllllll-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-diapositive23-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-figure-ground-1-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-angel-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-haggirl-gif
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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    ln Gestalt psychology the figure ground perception is a term used to refer to our tendency to distinguish between the background and the object in our visual field .the human perceptual capacity seperates the elements into either figure or ground elements.our perception of visual stimulus may change if the figure ground relationship isnt presented in a specific way .

    what you see in these visuals may change according to how you differentiate the items you organize in your visual perception


    decide which parts of these images seem to be the figure and the ground of the composition



    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-gestslllllllllll-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-diapositive23-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-figure-ground-1-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-angel-jpg

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-haggirl-gif
    I can flip my perception of these sorts of things on demand.
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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    l wonder who the invisible voter is
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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    ln Gestalt psychology the figure ground perception is a term used to refer to our tendency to distinguish between the background and the object in our visual field .the human perceptual capacity seperates the elements into either figure or ground elements.our perception of visual stimulus may change if the figure ground relationship isnt presented in a specific way .

    what you see in these visuals may change according to how you differentiate the items you organize in your visual perception


    decide which parts of these images seem to be the figure and the ground of the composition



    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-gestslllllllllll-jpg
    I saw the glass or vase before I saw the faces.


    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-diapositive23-jpg

    I see a someone hugging what appears to be large black ant.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-figure-ground-1-jpg

    I saw the woman's face first.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-angel-jpg

    Columns or chess pieces. I actually had to look at this one a little longer to see what else it could be.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-haggirl-gif

    No idea. I've never been able to make this one make sense to me.

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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    I saw the glass or vase before I saw the faces.


    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-diapositive23-jpg

    I see a someone hugging what appears to be large black ant.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-figure-ground-1-jpg

    I saw the woman's face first.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-angel-jpg

    Columns or chess pieces. I actually had to look at this one a little longer to see what else it could be.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-haggirl-gif

    No idea. I've never been able to make this one make sense to me.
    the last one shows either an old woman or the young one ,X

    are you gay ?
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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    the last one shows either an old woman or the young one ,X

    are you gay ?
    I see a woman who appears to have her face turned away (and a large feather or something in her hair) so I can't tell if she's young or old.

    If I'm gay for not seeing two women does that mean you're gay because you can?

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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    I see a woman who appears to have her face turned away (and a large feather or something in her hair) so I can't tell if she's young or old.

    If I'm gay for not seeing two women does that mean you're gay because you can?
    l always think you are smart !
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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    l always think you are smart !
    Hard to know if that's sincere when you put the "lol" smiley next to it.

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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    Hard to know if that's sincere when you put the "lol" smiley next to it.
    that " lol " is for your smart answer ,not for my own statement cotton
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    Re: what do you see in your perceptual field ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    ln Gestalt psychology the figure ground perception is a term used to refer to our tendency to distinguish between the background and the object in our visual field .the human perceptual capacity seperates the elements into either figure or ground elements.our perception of visual stimulus may change if the figure ground relationship isnt presented in a specific way .

    what you see in these visuals may change according to how you differentiate the items you organize in your visual perception


    decide which parts of these images seem to be the figure and the ground of the composition



    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-gestslllllllllll-jpg
    I see the faces and the goblet simultaneously.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-diapositive23-jpg
    this one's odd. I either see a black "ghost" figure or a black figure kissing a white figure. I don't really see a single white figure doing anything.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-figure-ground-1-jpg
    I see the saxophone player and the face simultaneously, sort of like the first picture.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-angel-jpg
    I see the chess pieces (?) first, but after a moment I saw the two guys facing each other.

    what do you see  in your perceptual field  ?-haggirl-gif
    I see the younger woman with her head turned first, the old crone with the massive nose next. Unlike the first and the third pictures, I don't see them simultaneously. It's one or the other, never both at the same time.


    Does seeing some of the figures simultaneously mean that I'm an insane serial killer?
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