Reality is defined as the state of things as they actually exist, rather than the way they may appear or are imagined. But the specific angle of an observer’s view makes an individual perception of an object or scene.
“Misperception” is a study model representing the idea that the shape and form of the interior surfaces such as walls, floors and railings can modify the depth perception of interior environment.
The actual model creates three different forms of illusion. The perspective form looks inverted from specific distance and also creates a false perception of movement, when an observer moves from left to right. On the other hand, the vertical stripes on both sides have equal width, while they look different sizes.
This three dimensional illusionary model represents how a simple cube via eliminating its primary segments still can be suggested as a cube. The model provides completely different forms and perceptions from different viewpoints.