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Escher’s notes about symmetrical division of areas. In case you too have wondered how he came up with those sometimes rather complex positive/negative shapes.

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Illusions

The motion aftereffect (MAE) is a visual illusion experienced after viewing a moving visual stimulus for a time (tens of milliseconds to minutes) with stationary eyes, and then fixating a stationary stimulus. The stationary stimulus appears to move in the opposite direction to the original (physically moving) stimulus. The motion aftereffect is believed to be the result of motion adaptation.

The motion aftereffect (MAE) is a visual illusion experienced after viewing a moving visual stimulus for a time (tens of milliseconds to minutes) with stationary eyes, and then fixating a stationary stimulus. The stationary stimulus appears to move in the opposite direction to the original (physically moving) stimulus. The motion aftereffect is believed to be the result of motion adaptation.

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972), Netherlands.  M.C. Escher.  One of the coolest artists!!!

This was a done in permanent marker and was inspired by Escher. Wings and Legs - Escher Style

Maurits Cornelis Escher - Doric Columns

Doric Columns by M.

ESCHER Coloring Pages - I don't do colouring in lazy teaching in my classes but thought these might come in handy for tessellation/patterning or perhaps colour theory activities

ESCHER Coloring Pages - I don't do colouring in lazy teaching in my classes but thought these might come in handy for tessellation/patterning or perhaps colour theory activities Geometry?

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