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Brain scan image: www.grp.hwz.uni-muenchen.de
Ishihara plate (no: 57): S. Ishihara, Kanehara Shuppan Co., Ltd, Tokoyo, Kyoto, Japan

Research
Brain scan: Andreas Bartels, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen www.kyb.mpg.de/~abartels
Fruit bowl: Biological and physiological Laboratory, Toyohashi, Japan www.bpel.ics.tnt.ac.jp
Drawing hands: MC Escher, 1948
Ishihara plate (no: 57): S. Ishihara, Kanehara Shuppan Co., Ltd, Tokoyo, Kyoto, Japan
Cat pictures: Regina Hofer, University Eye Hospital, Tübingen
CSNB picture: Retina Suisse, Schweiz www.retina.ch/bilder/night
Bridge by river: Gero Fischer, Tena, Ecuador
Flying bee: www.mondovi.k12.wi.us

Teaching
(from left to right, and top to bottom)
Brain scan: www.nlm.nih.gov/ with modifications by Annette Werner
Set up of Land experiment: Photograph by J. Scarpetti, courtesy of the Rowland Institute, Cambridge, Mass. Published in Physics Today, www.aip.org/pt/vol-55/iss-7/p43.html
Retinal pathways: Sharpe, L. T. & Stockman, A. (1999). Rod pathways: the importance of seeing nothing. Trends in Neurosciences, 22, 497-504.
FM 100 test: www.munsell.eu
Rods and cones: www.abc.net.au/science/news

Presentations to the public:
Hat: Akiyoshi Kitaoka
Elephant: Santo del Prete
Wilcox’s circles: Al Seckel, IllusionWorks
Adelson lightness and shadow illusion: Adelson, H. 1995

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