I just love impossible images, on first look they appear to be real, but as you look closer it is impossible. Andreas wonderful recreation of a Triple Tribar triangle is amazing. Trying following the surfaces of his triangle and you will see what I mean. He failed with his first attempt, but he kept trying until he was able to recreate it
This can absolutely challenge your mind. You will surely love to add up this optical illusion to your favorite puzzles.
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This Love Hate ambigram is very cool. When you first look at it you see “hate”. Look carefully and you can see the word “love”. About the Ambigrams
Ambigrams are both interesting and fascinating. Ambigrams are also known as calligraphic design that can be able to squeeze two different readings into identical set of curves. There are many types of ambigrams like that of rotational, 3 dimensional, fractal, chain, mirror image and figure ground just to name a few. John Langdon’s Ambigrams are all fantastic and it could be a wonderful experience to discover and learn more about Ambigrams by checking [Read More...]
A stereogram is a flat image that when viewed properly produces a magical 3D result. Some people will tell you that they simply cannot see these kinds of images. I recently had someone tell me that he has not been able to get these to work and he has been trying since the 1990s when Magic Eye started producing posters for sale in shopping malls. The truth is that almost everyone can see them (if they try hard enough!). An obvious exception would be someone who has a serious vision problem.
Stare at the following image created by Gary W. [Read More...]
In 1990, American psychologist Roger Shepard published a book entitled Mind Sights. The book featured many different optical illusions as well as explanations of the illusions themselves. Here is one of them.
For more optical illusions, please visit An Optical Illusion.
Earlier this month, my newest book entitled Exceptional Eye Tricks was released. The book features nine chapters of different categories of optical illusions with additional information about the illusions located in the back. One of these chapters is devoted to “motion illusions”. These types of illusions are static but appear to be moving (as if they were animated). As such, they tend to be very popular on the Internet. While the effect is noticeably better when viewed on a computer monitor, they also work well in print.
The cover of this book features a great example of a motion illusion [Read More...]
I like this one a lot. It looks like the whole picture is moving around. I know they are just staying in one spot but they sure do look like they are moving. I will get my eyes checked later.
For more optical illusions like this go to eyetricks.com.
I remember seeing a man who had made an optical illusion into a wood carving. It was much like this one but not as complicated. Took a lot of looking to figure out just how he did it. I tip my hat to anyone who can make this into reality. Happy puzzling.