Worldwide voting will take place on the contest’s Web site, from 4 P.M. EDT on October 4 to 4 P.M. EDT on October 5. Help us choose the top three winners!
Worldwide voting will take place on the contest’s website, from 4pm EDT on October 4th to 4pm EDT on October 5th. Help us choose the top three winners!
Worldwide voting will take place on the contest’s Web site, from 4 P.M. Eastern time on October 4 to 4 P.M. ET on October 5. Help us choose the top three winners!
Just as art engenders emotion, science communication must identify and develop emotional connections with the public
A team of researches changed people’s races in a full-body virtual reality immersion experiment
You don’t understand mirrors as well as you think...
David Byrne’s musical at The Public Theater is an achievement rich in sensory stimulation and delightful deception...
Contestants are invited to submit one-minute videos featuring novel illusions of all sensory modalities (visual, auditory, etcetera) and/or cognitive nature. The top three winners will receive: $3,000 for first place, $2,000 for second place and $1,000 for third place
These 17th-century plays resonate the fundamental, timeless, question of human existence: How can we know that life is not a dream?
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