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Optical illusions slideshow
scholar - 19-2-2018 at 21:29

Some of you remember other times that I have posted optical illusions. One of my favorites was a T-Rex illusion that revealed itself for the way it was really made by shifting the viewpoint (i.e. the camera) until it was obvious. greengrin

Here is an optical illusion series.

I apologize for the fact that it loads one at a time, slide-show style. With my slow connection, it seems to take forever.

I haven't been through them all yet. Number 1 and number 3 are new to me, so far.

Do you see some you like?greengrin


marymary100 - 19-2-2018 at 21:44

I gave up after 4 because it is basically click bait to make you load more adverts. It's a shame that they managed to turn something interesting into something annoying.


John_Little - 20-2-2018 at 07:53

I still think it was worth a look. Thank you, scholar.

I had to use my statins box to check the lines on those tiles.


LSemmens - 20-2-2018 at 11:57

The fraser tile appeals to me. No clickbait at all here, mary.


Nimuae - 21-2-2018 at 07:26

Too many adverts - shame - because it looked interesting.


Quaver - 22-2-2018 at 08:19

Checked all, I've seen some before, but very interesting:cool:


scholar - 23-2-2018 at 02:36

I find the Jastrow effect, where identical toddler train tracks look as if the lower one is longer, very compelling.

On the other hand, the "disappearing dots" isn't working for me.


Quaver - 24-2-2018 at 13:26

Quote:
Originally posted by scholar
I find the Jastrow effect, where identical toddler train tracks look as if the lower one is longer, very compelling.

Strange that.
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On the other hand, the "disappearing dots" isn't working for me.

Works fine on my PC.