File:Muller-Lyer Boomerang Illusion.png
First recorded publication of the Boomerang Illusion, also known as the Jastrow Illusion by german psychologist Felix Müller-Lyer in 1889.
Fair use rationale for use in the article.
The placement in a MagicPedia article is being used for informational purposes only, and its use is not believed to detract from the original copyrighted media in any way.
Even though the media may be copyrighted and not released under a free license, we feel it is covered by fair use for at least one of the following reasons:
- No free alternative exists.
- The image is of significantly lower resolution than the original (copies made from it will be of inferior quality).
- It does not limit the copyright owners' rights to distribute and sell in any way.
A free alternative may not exist now, but in the event of a free alternative being located in the future, this file should be deleted as soon as possible.
Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time.
|current||03:17, 8 August 2016||1,081 × 880 (8 KB)||Pprevos||First recorded publication of the Boomerang Illusion, also known as the Jastrow Illusion by german psychologist Felix Müller-Lyer in 1889.|
- You cannot overwrite this file.