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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Optical Illusion - Impossible Square Drawing

Moillusions.com is one of the biggest portal sharing optical illusion around the web. It is a very great gallery with lots and lots of optical illusions and even ways how to draw them. 
Here check out their stuff on how to draw an Optical Illusion Square
And Don't Forget To Check Out One Of The Greatest Optical Illusion Databases
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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Can You Spot The Greek Gods In This Optical Illusion?

                                                         

Optical Illusion Greek Gods


This tricky optical illusion was shared by Dailystar.co.uk and is one of the newest and most difficult
Also it is followed by a nice slide presentation of 47 different optical illusion that you can enjoy  here

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Optical Illusion - Greek Gods

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017

Optical Illusion. Can You Find All The Y's in the picture?


I found this cool Optical Illusion at Brainden.com
You can visit them for much more Optical Illusions and Brain Teasers.



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Thursday, April 6, 2017

The Frankfurter Illusion


A more Detailed Explanation on This Opticall Illusion on 

Optical Illusions & Visual Phenomena

131 of them – by Michael Bach 


in the meantime:


What to do & see
If you have two roughly equiv­a­lent eyes you will see a ‘sausage’ float­ing in front of you in mid air, by fol­low­ing these steps:
  1. Hold your hands in front of you, at 20–30 cm dis­tance from you, at eye level.
  2. Point your index fin­gers against each other, leav­ing about 2 cm dis­tance be­tween them.
  3. Now look “through” your fin­gers, into the dis­tance be­hind them.
  4. The sausage should ap­pear now, and you can change its length by vary­ing the dis­tance be­tween the fin­ger tips.
  5. For most ob­servers, the sausage will look blurred, at least ini­tially.
  6. If you try to look at the sausage, it will dis­ap­pear, it is only pre­sent if you look at some­thing more dis­tant than your fin­gers.
  7. It helps if the back­ground is rather ho­moge­nous and has a color very dif­fer­ent from your fin­gers.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Puzzle

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