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Kanizsa TriangleIn the accompanying figure a white equilateral triangle is perceived...
but in fact none is drawn. This effect is known as a subjective or illusory contour. Also, the nonexistent white triangle appears to be brighter than the surrounding area, but in fact it has the same brightness as the background.
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