Archive for 08/01/2010 - 09/01/2010
Just like with the Jesus Illusion, you'll stare at this picture for 30 seconds and then stare at a blank wall. The wall doesn't have to be white, but we've found it works better with lighter colors. You can also stare at the white space next to the illusion on your computer monitor, or at a blank piece of paper on your desk.
For you to experience the strongest illusion, you'll want to stare at the center of the red plus sign. Don't move your head, and really try not to move your eyes at all. We've found that a plus sign allows your eyes to move ever so slightly, but you should be able to keep them centered.
This optical illusion has been created in three dimensions. It is a real object. However impossible things seem to happen! The wooden balls seem to roll uphill. It cannot be magnets - they do not work on wood! This wonderful illusion was created by Koukichi Sugihara from the Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences in Japan. In May 2010 this video was the winner of the Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest 2010.
However once the structure rotates, we can see that it is not constructed as we initially thought. We might have thought that the wooden balls were rolling uphill. Once we view it from the other side, we can see that in fact the balls are rolling downhill, and that the laws of physics are still being obeyed.
He is my one of the class mate in college, his name is Muqeet. what did you saw a handicap guy or a hidden legs?
Unfortunately the picture was taken from wrong position but good enough to create an illusion
If you want to see through your hand, you must take a sheet of paper and make a tube. With your right hand you put one end of the tube to your right eye, as you do it with a telescope. Then you hold your left hand at the tube, as shown in the PICTURE . You focus your eyes on the wall of the room. It will seem to you that you are looking through a hole in your left hand. If you move your hand back and forth, you can find a place where it will seem to you that the hole is in the center of your hand
It is Binocular Vision that explains this illusion. The picture of the hand in your left eye runs over the picture which you see with your right eye.