Commenter Of The Day: Subjective Contours Edition

Every kid is shown the black-and-white photo of either two people kissing or a vase. This is a subjective contour and it, along with other black-and-white images, utilizes a certain function of the brain's visual cortex to create distorted images or images with multiple perceptible meanings. For instance, a Kanizsa triangle gives the appearance of a white triangle exiting within the center of three pacmen and three small open black triangles. Additionally, to most viewers the central triangle appears brighter than the surrounding white area. In a similar way, some people saw Ray Wert with a Camaro, whereas LTD Scott saw something different.

That's the dumbest rear wing I've ever seen.

This may shock you... but you're both right!