All posts by Pierre Gerard

Apart of being 3Dvisualiser and doing a PhD on spatial memory, I am a plantbased triathlete and dad. Always curious to discover new things, new environments and new people, I couldn't live without sport and fruits. I read "A New Earth" from E. Tolle eagerly and also "The Singularity" series from W. Hertling. My motto: "How you do anything is how you do everything." Wudu

XP00 : answer

Dallenbach 1951 answer
Dallenbach 1951

Dallenbach image is actually a photo of a cow. Now that you have seen the cow,  you will never be able to watch this image without seeing a cow anymore.

XP1.0 : Control Test, A Memory Card Game

Can you remember the sequence of 9 random given playing cards?

The next experiment is a very simple memory card game. Click on the deck of cards on the left to show the next card. Try to remember the sequence. There is no time limit but you can not go backward. After the ninth card, click on the next link to show up the nine cards in order. Then try to set them back in the right sequence. Once a card is dropped on a slot, you will not be able to move it again. Try as many time as you like by  hitting the  F5 key on Windows or  fn+F5 on Mac OS to update the page. Results are sent to a database. Your score will be shown at the bottom.

Thank you for your participation

XP1.0 Play Here


Dallenbach 1951
Dallenbach 1951

What do you see?

As an introduction to cognitive psychology, this image is a perfect example of the influence of top-down processing.  In other words: what we know has a huge  effect on what we perceive. [D.Groome 2006, p37, image Dallenbach 1951]

Answer is in next post.