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Illusion of the Week: A Hidden Message for Children

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Foundation ANAR, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection of children at risk, has come up with a clever illusion as part of a campaign against child abuse. The images use lenticular technology to communicate different messages to children and adults, based on their respective heights and angles of view.

Susana Martinez-Conde About the Author: Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik are laboratory directors at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Follow on Twitter @illusionchasers.

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