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A magician explains why we see what’s not there

16 mins | Apr 9, 2019
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Our eyes have evolved to allow us to interact with the real world around us, but why are we so often tricked into seeing illusions? Psychologist Gustav Kuhn writing in Nautilus magazine, turns to magic - the art that exploits this best - for a deeper understanding of this phenomenon.
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