At Hoop Nightmares, visitors shoot a small basketball through a hoop with and without wearing prism glasses. The glasses shift the visual field, making it difficult to shoot on target. With five or six practice shots, the eye-brain connection adapts to the shift, and it is once again easy to sink a shot. Upon removing the glasses visitors once again lose their shot and must readjust to get back on target.
- Mirrorly a Window
When your vision and your brain disagree you will feel a peculiar sensation.
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