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Posted by on Dec 9, 2008 in Optical Illusion |

Visually Perceived Image: Identical Cubes

Three_CubesA and B are identical cubes that are seen from different sides. Therefore, you see all six sides of the cube. Which one of the three cubes 1, 2, 3 is not a different view of the original cube?

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A and B are identical cubes that are seen from different sides. Therefore, you see all six sides of the cube. Which one of the three cubes 1, 2, 3 is not a different view of the original cube?

Answer: Cube 2. The blue frame on the top side should be orange in order for the cube to be identical with the original cube.