to Weid's Psychlinks Page
in Sensation and Perception : designed to be a tutorial in some
of the fundamental concepts in sensory processes appropriate to classes
in Sensation and Perception, Neuropsychology, and Introduction to Psychology.
Gallery : A nice collection of
illusions, some even animated.
Psychology Lab : This place is well worth a visit.
Exhibits @ the Exploratorium : A MUST SEE
SITE! Lots of interactive activities on perception.
This is one of the coolest sites I have ever played with. You will
love it! Note: Some activities require Shockwave. Check
here for cross reference: Exploratorium
Exhibit Cross Reference - Phenomena Index
Exhibits : Great site with
all kinds of illusions.
Illusion Works Home page : Visit the
Hall of Illusions and see things that really aren't there.
: This award-winning collection consists of innumerable
interactive demonstrations, up-to-date and reliable scientific explanations, school projects, illusion artwork, interactive puzzles, 3D graphics, suggested reading lists,
bibliographies, perception links, and much more. There is literally hours and hours of fun and cool material here!
One of the best collections of optical illusions on the Web.
to SandlotScience.com : One of the newest illusion sites.
An Interactive Guide to Optical Illusions on the Internet. Explore live
hands-on demonstrations, artwork, animation, stories, projects and lots
of games and puzzles.
: Magic eye 3-D, Brain
Teasers, Self-Help Eyesight Tests and more.
Irvine Department of Cognitive Sciences: Color in Visual Search
and Perception : Site contains an extensive collection of auditory
samples to demonstrate things like auditory science analysis, pitch perception,
and Shepard scales.
in Auditory Perception :
A multimedia presentation of selected topics in
Auditory Perception. Interesting and fun demonstrations from
Psychoacoustics illustrate some principles about the
way we understand the sound world around us, and
the way in which music makes use of these principles.
Perception : Essay from the
University of Washington.
Hopkins University Center for Hearing and Balance : Great site
links to numerous other pages.