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MiSci exhibit first of partnership

Teri Bordenave, interim executive director of miSci, and museum trustee Jon Schneiter try the Perspective Window Exhibit at the museum on Friday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Teri Bordenave, interim executive director of miSci, and museum trustee Jon Schneiter try the Perspective Window Exhibit at the museum on Friday afternoon.
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Both faces are stationary. The viewer knows that. Yet one of the faces appears to move as the viewer moves. It’s an optical illusion — the first face is three dimensional, as is the second one, but it’s a negative image, three-dimensional in reverse. “The brain interprets what it sees, the cues are not what they normally are and your brain fills in,” John Schneiter, a museum trustee and CEO of a company called Free ...


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