Creating optical illusions is an art in itself. And portraying an optical illusion into an aesthetically pleasing work of art requires a fair bit of sense and sensibility. Expressing your artistic skills through illusions calls for the stroke of genius. Literally. In today’s post featured artists have shown their mastery of artistic shapes and colors to produce enlightening as well as scary optical illusions. The post also includes some awesome 3D optical illusions and Jesus optical illusion pictures.
Can you tell, is this picture showing a man playing a saxophone or a lady’s face?
Can you spot the two faces in this illusion, See the left and right sections closely then you will come to know exactly where hidden face is
When you focus on the center point you will see that the circle is expanding.
As you look at these dice, try to determine if they are standing up, or laying flat.
These rings are is motion or not? If you can’t see them in motion just move your eyes 2- 3 times from one to another and you will see them in motion.
All of the lines in this are perfectly straight, even though the image appears to be bulging out of the screen. Check with a ruler!
The Barber pole illusion is a visual illusion that reveals biases in the processing of visual motion in the human brain. When a diagonally-striped pole is rotated around its vertical axis (horizontally), it appears as though the stripes are moving in the direction of its vertical axis downwards.
Stare at the centre of the figure for a while. Some ‘scintillating’ activity will build up in the violet and blue annuli. Some observers also report a circular rotation within these regions; things will begin to “run around in circles”. This image is called “The Enigma” (1981) by the Isralian painter Isia Leviant (1914–2006). It is was being presented in a permanent exhibition “Euréka”.
Stare at the red dot in the center of the figure for a minute or two. Before long, the green ring...
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