This pic is not animated, its the strongest optical illusion I have ever seen of these types of pictures. Goodness knows why such an innocuous shape
is so powerful.
posted on 30-9-2007
That is so crazy....made me a little queezy.
posted on 2-10-2007
Here is another moving image. This one is quite novel.
Unfortunately its a big file size, but its great to see.
posted on 16-11-2007
This is an optical illusion of a checkerboard pattern, look how the lines change when the extra elements are added to it.
posted on 21-1-2010
Another optical illusion. great colors...
posted on 26-1-2010
I love this optical illusion, its mesmerizing
posted on 26-1-2010
Yes, this one is moving, its still hypnotizing though ....
posted on 19-3-2010
This is NOT a spiral. Trace one of the circles with your cursor and see. Yet even knowing doesn't change anything for me, it still looks like a
posted on 5-4-2010
There are 4 perfect circles in this illusion. Don't believe it? Trace them with your finger.
posted on 23-10-2010
Watch this great optical illusion. Sure its on a video, but once they show you how its done it still looks amazing.
posted on 25-10-2010
Stare at the + in the middle for about 20-30 seconds, and the purple dots should start to disappear, though you may still see the moving "green" dot
that is the negative image your brain perceives when a purple dot disappears.
This illusion does work, and is very clever. As the instruction says, the further you are away the more the image looks like Marilyn Monroe. I noticed
it working when the thumbnail image looked like Monroe, while the big sized image looked like Einstein.
Hybrid image is a unique technique that produces static
images with two interpretations, which change as a function of viewing distance. Hybrid images are based on the multiscale processing of images by the
human visual system and are motivated by studies about how the brain perceives the visual world.
These images can be used to create compelling displays in which the image’s interpretation changes as the viewing distance or the size of the image
Hybrid images can create displays where details become visible only when seen up-close, they can be used for generating photographs of people with two
different facial expressions, for showing into one image two different scenes