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Optical illusions refer to a discrepancy between the actual physical properties of an object

Brain's interpretation: These illusions occur when our brain processes an image or scene

Neural processing: Optical illusions often involve the brain's neural processing

The context in which an object or scene is presented can significantly affect how we perceive it

Optical illusions can involve the perception of motion in static images

Optical illusions have various applications, such as in art, design, and psychology