Meanings of ‘Hidden’

Concealment

Concealment is obscuring something from a view. It is the opposite of exposure. The military term is CCD (Camouflage, Concealment & Deception). Looks the same as the surroundings, can not be seen, looks like something else.

The objective of hiding is often to keep the presence of an object or person secret, but in other cases not the presence is a secret, but only the location.

This is an image of a U.S. Soldier concealing himself through a smoke screen after one of his regiments vehicles is hit with an explosive.

Camouflage

Camouflage allows a visible organism or an object to remain indiscernible from the surrounding environment through deception.

Above shows how the white arctic here camouflages itself in the snow, and how the ibex are almost invisible in the desert.

The military also relies on camouflage to hide themselves, you can see how in different surroundings they blend into the background.

Secret

Secrecy is holding information from certain individuals or groups; and maybe sharing it with other individuals. Putting your index finger up to your mouth relates to secrecy. 

Optical Illusion

There are two types of illusions, Physical illusions and Cognitive illusion.

Physical illusions effects the eyes and brain of excessive stimulation of a specific type – brightness, tilt, colour, and movement.

Cognitive Illusions is where the eye and brain make unconscious inferences.

Holding the sun Illusion

This is an example of physical illusion, it shows if you are in the right place while the photograph is being taken then it creates an illusion.

The Dirty Mind Illusion

A typical males fist glance of this image is him thinking he is looking at a females crotch and thong. When you look closer it is actually an image of a lamp.

I think once you look at the image below for a few seconds your eyes think that its right but your mind is telling you that it cant be.

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November 16, 2009. Hidden.

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