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1. Locate an example of a visual ambiguity or distortion.

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1. Locate an example of a visual ambiguity or distortion. Discuss how the visual system resolves ambiguities by making different types of assumptions and describe these assumptions.
Infinity waterfalls are visually distorted. They lead the eyes to visualize the water tumbling over the edge and on to infinity. Visualization of such a waterfall is possible. However, we "infer" the end of the infinite waterfall through our previous knowledge of waterfalls as well as swimming pools, or through inductive inference (usually subconscious) where we visually create the end of the pool based on extending, or inferring, scientific principles that we have seen before thus giving the pool a finite visualization.

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
It needs to have 2 sources & approx. 300 words
OK, I'll get back to you. Is tomorrow ok?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
yep. that'd be fine. Thanks!
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
ok, what sort of info do you need? Your first example would work out fine, but I need references to make it all legit. It isn't an opinion paper, it must be cited. Does that help any?
I'm good with your explanation. No worries. I'll be back to you tomorrow.

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