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The

Impossible

Illusory Triangle

Christopher W. Tyler

Smith-Kettlewell Institute

San Francisco

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The Impossible Illusory Triangle

Christopher W. Tyler

The Kanizsa illusory triangle is a negative object defined only by its occlusion of background elements. The Penrose impossible triangle is the image of a three-dimensional structure that cannot be interpreted as a physical 3D structure, but has fluctuating inconsistent 3D interpretations. The new illusion is a combination of these two illusory effects, in which the combination of a Kanizsa triangle with a simple three-line figure generates a full Penrose figure with a continuously depth interpretation.

The powerpoint presentation animates the development of the Kanizsa triangle, the transformation as the three-line figure is incorporated into it, and the lack of illusory or 3D interpretations from the three-line figure by itself. The animations require several button presses to complete.