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Cognitive scientists advance the art of magic with a study of Penn & Teller?s 'cups and balls' illusion

Cognitive brain researchers have studied a magic trick filmed in magician duo Penn & Teller's theater in Las Vegas, to illuminate the neuroscience of illusion. Their results advance our understanding of how observers can be misdirected and will aid magicians as they work to improve their art.
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