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ZOOM Illusion

This product is included in Webster's New World Family Discovery Library II

Simon & Schuster Interactive / Byron Preiss Multimedia

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Explore Your Mind!

Discover the inner workings of the mind's eye through a series of more than 50 games and 3D illusions. Take the "Illusion Challenge" - a series of increasingly complex perception puzzles - to unlcok a Web site filled with even more mind-bending illusions.

Meet people with unique perceptual experiences from a cinematographer to a race car driver. Instantly search through fully illustrated interactive editions of Sicientific American Library's Perception by Irvin Rock and Eye, Brain, and Vision by Nobel Laureate David H. Hubel.

Explore why you see the world the way you do. Does perception differ from reality? Experience depth and color perception, motion detection, and shape memory through more than 50 interactive games and puzzles. A customized user profile tracks your multimedia journey.

Delve inside a fully animated human eye that illustrates the process of perception with hundreds of color images and 3D animations. Manipulate the muscles and see how the retina and brain neurons function through 3D animations.

Requirements:

PC with 486DX/66MHz or higher processor, 8 MB RAM, 8MB available hard disk space, SVGA graphics (256 colors with 640 x 480 resolution), double speed CD-ROM drive or faster, 16-bit sound card, mouse or compatible pointing device, Windows 95/98/Me.



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