İşte bir optik illüzyon: aslında monitörünüze bakarken, bir küpe baktığınızı düşünürsünüz. - Here's an optical illusion: you think you are looking at a cube, while in fact you are looking at your monitor.
Burada bir görsel yanılsama var. Küpe baktığını düşünüyorsun ama gerçekte ekrana bakıyorsun. - Here's an optical illusion: you think you are looking at a cube, but in fact you are looking at the screen.
Her şey bir hayalden ibaret. - Everything is just an illusion.
İnsanlar dişleri olmadan, saçları olmadan, hayalleri olmadan doğarlar. Ve aynı şekilde ölürler: dişleri olmadan, saçları olmadan ve hayalleri olmadan. - Man is born without teeth, without hair, and without illusions. And he dies the same way: without teeth, without hair, and without illusions.
A sensation originated by some external object, but so modified as in any way to lead to an erroneous perception; as when the rolling of a wagon is mistaken for thunder
Everything finite (like the Universe and all in it) is called Illusion or Maya All that which is subject to change through decay and death, and which therefore has a beginning and an end, is regarded as illusion That alone which is Changeless and Eternal is called "Reality" Illusion is primarily the characteristic of a distorted attitude of mind
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presentation of a false or misleading idea, as in: The magician gave the illusion of sawing the woman in half
something many people believe that is false; "they have the illusion that I am very wealthy"
An unreal image presented to the bodily or mental vision; a deceptive appearance; a false show; mockery; hallucination
A deceptive or misleading image or idea An example: M C Escher Balcony 1945 (lithograph, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC) In the centre of this picture of a hillside town, Escher said he tried to break up the paper's flatness by 'pretend[ing] to give it a blow with my fist at the back, but the paper remains flat, and I have only created the illusion of an illusion '
A big stage trick often using people or large animals Illusions often involve vanishing, production or mutilation of people
A false interpretation of an external sensory stimulus, usually seen or heard, such as a mirage in the desert or voices on the wind
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A school of magic focused on spells that alter perception or create false images Illusion spells work by deceiving the senses or minds of others They can cause creatures to see things that are not there, not see things that are there, hear phantom noises, or remember things that never happened The subschools of the Illusion school of magic are figment, glamer, pattern, phantasm, and shadow
An illusion is something that appears to exist or be a particular thing but does not actually exist or is in reality something else. Floor-to-ceiling windows can give the illusion of extra height
something that is believed to be real but is not; the ultimate illusion is the separation from God, upon which rest all the manifestations of the separated world which may be understood as distortions in perception; i e , seeing attack instead of a call for love, sin instead of error; the illusions of the world reinforce the belief that the body has a value in and of itself, a source of either pleasure or pain; forgiveness is the final illusion as it forgives what never was, and leads beyond all illusion to the truth of God
An optical illusion is something that tricks your eyes so that what you think you see is different from what is really there. Sloping walls on the bulk of the building create an optical illusion. A visually perceived image that is deceptive or misleading. a picture or image that tricks your eyes and makes you see something that is not actually there
[ i-'lü-zh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Late Latin illusion-, illusio, from Latin, action of mocking, from illudere to mock at, from in- + ludere to play, mock; more at LUDICROUS.
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