Suggest a way of splitting the wide variety of visual illusions into groups, and describe how these categories could be meaningful.
In the human eye, the shape or image in the retina is constant since one cannot see a mixture of two perceptions. Here, an individual can perceive one of the images at a go, though they can visually flip forth and back. This is type of illusions is best demonstrated by the Rubin vase and the Necker cube.According to Zanker (2010, pp. 150-165), these illusions have length, size, or curvature, and they make objects appear shorter, longer, bigger, smaller, or have a different shape. Some of these