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    As I said the last time something about this was posted:

    Oh, sure, you start off simulating digital circuits using the visual cortex, but the next thing you know, you’re creating images that crash the human brain.

    Edit: I just noticed this was four days old at the time I posted this comment. The perils of having a huge backlog of open tabs…

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      Because transparency is a less strong visual indicator than the blocks, it takes two 0s to override the OR, etc.

      This does not seem to apply for me, the transparency determines the orientation of the image, and depending on how this is consistent with the orientation of the input blocks or not makes the total shape look valid or impossibly bent. Not sure if that indicates anything about me; if there are trends among the population aligning with perhaps proficiency in various skills.