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        Optical Illusions: Color | Secret Life of the Brain

        Optical Illusions: Color. This grid, known as Hermann's Grid, is an example of how contrast affects color perception. The area at the corners of the black boxes appear gray. This happens because of something called lateral inhibition. In the retina when some light-receiving cells are activated others around them shut down.

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