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Six opportunities to see? So what?


Let's take another look at the pictures. They are the same size and color. They have the same density of dark lines and gaps. Moreover, they make the same light-sensitive neurons in our eyes and low-level visual processing zones in the brain work. In other words, in terms of visual processing, our eyes do not know (and do not want to know) that one picture depicts a Sunday on the beach, and the second is related to a meeting that we don’t want to attend.
The second common feature is that both images carry visual information. However, due to the way it is presented, it is easy to look at the first drawing, catching the meaning, and the second one is just like a brick wall: the eye simply has nothing to cling to. Therefore, let us try to use all that we have already learned about the visual division of the problem, and “cut into pieces” the second picture - this will allow us to understand what is depicted on it.
In other words, we are going to use six new tools from our set to turn an invisible problem into a visible one.
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Six opportunities to see? So what?

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