Perception and Thinking
Perception is the foundation of a human's understanding of the world, and thinking is the source of any human's creation of wisdom. This area outlines the perception process, combining knowledge and psychology. Visitors can learn about the mysterious domain of thinking through hands on experiences.
The area has three sub-areas:
Walking into the garden, visitors can see, hear and touch – using all the sensory organs to recognize and deal with information from the outside.
Visitors will discover the unimaginable illusion phenomenon in the Stealthy Room and Illusion Spinners. Attempt to grasp the principles of illusions here.
Here you will discover how your brain thinks, learns and remembers things. It tells us how to use our brain scientifically and improve our thinking capacity and develop the brain's potential.
Other items include:
There is a cabin enclosed by glass walls. You will find the furnishings all in a mess when viewing from the side, however it seems tidy and neat from a keyhole in the front. Do you know how?
Under specially arranged lighting, the shadow of several bananas placed in disorder resembles a monkey! In fact, shadow is a kind of optical phenomenon. Since light travels in straight line, a darker area will be generated when light is obstructed by something. Different distances and angles between objects and the light source will generate different shadows and confuse viewers.
Illusion is a distorted perception with some objects under special conditions. Rotating disks painted with different patterns to resemble various patterns of motion, visitors can experience some illusion in their mind.
Enter the maze designed and produced according to the flat mirror imaging principle. Can you find a way out of the maze? Come on, challenge yourself!
There is a magic cabin designed according to the vision illusion principle. Get into the cabin from the back and stretch your head out, you will find your body disappears!