House of Hues

Learners express themselves first and foremost through exploration, construction, and communication.

Our brain can be compared to a ‘blind supercomputer’, which needs eyes to tell what things around us look like. Our eyes retain images for a fraction of time.

So, the brain has to play “fill-in-the-gaps”. This leads to “mix-ups” and confusion between motion detector cells in the eyes and our brain.


These overlapping images are referred to as ’optical illusions’. Optical illusions are fascinating by-products of ‘mixed-up’ communication between eyes and brain.

House of hues will help you decode the fascinating Optical illusions.

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