Within 7 seconds, 99 percent of people couldn't locate the 7 cats concealed within this optical illusion. 

This proves that seeing clearly requires more than just looking into a mirror by showing how the brain organizes and interprets visual data.  

Your ability to think critically, solve problems, and apply both quantitative and qualitative methodologies will be tested by this project. 

Many fields, including art, psychology, neurology, and everyday life, make use of optical illusions. 

These visual puzzles put our ability to understand facts that is ambiguous or contradictory to the test.  

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Cognitive science, anatomy, and sensory processing can all benefit from a better understanding of how the brain reacts to optical illusions.  

Additionally, optical illusions are important tools for visual study because they show how the brains of healthy and handicapped people absorb visual information. 

A number of psychological traits, including those pertaining to vision, attention, memory, and decision-making, can be better understood through the study of optical illusions.  

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