A wooden puzzle in my office, similar to one of the templates in Tiered Scene Labeling with Dynamic Programming, by P. Felzenszwalb, O. Veksler
A manhole cover in Guell Park, Barcelona, and an old texture segregation example from Computational Modeling of Visual Texture Segregation, James R.Bergen & Michael S.Landy (from 1991 but I believe the original figure is much older).
A nice resemblance between a sidewalk in Barcelona and figure 6 in Modeling the Shape of the Scene: A Holistic Representation of the Spatial Envelope, Oliva, A. and Torralba, A.
Vision in Real Life is a realization of a funny idea I had: every once in a while, I see something that reminds me of a graph / image which I have seen in a scientific paper. Here, I share these spontaneous associations my brain makes with the rest of the world.
Vision in real life shows pairs of images, where one is taken from a computer vision paper or some other computer vision related context and one is from real life.