Today’s cube illusion was sent into the Might Optical Illusions Facebook page by Kovacs. Thank you yet again, Kovacs!
I opened it and immediately thought I was staring at the outer corner of a cube. Then, it looked like it was actually the inner corner of a cube. Then, it looked like just a bunch of little cubes.
And now, I’m so confused!
What do you think about this cube illusion? Is it the outside corner or inside corner? Or, is it not a cube illusion at all…?
See what I mean? It’s a little hard to tell if you’re looking at the outside or inside of a cube. If you look at it just right, you can probably even see both perspectives.
I love hearing what you guys think, so be sure to leave your thoughts on this cube illusion below in the comments section! And, don’t forget to take a moment to rate it below!
When you’re done trying to figure out this cube illusion, head over and check out this other cube optical illusion posted on the site!
This is a pretty well done mirror illusion in my opinion. The position of the cameraman is perfect enough so that he can’t be seen in the mirror, and the position of the lady with her back turned toward the camera is just right. I also love the fact that this image is in black and white. It give it an old-fashioned look and a someone creepy feel. The only thing that could have made this a little better was if the arms of the lady in the mirror were lined up with the arms of the lady holding the mirror.
I have to tell you—it’s been quite a long week! With Thanksgiving and working like crazy, I don’t know which end is up! This weekend will be the only time I get to kick back, relax and chill out. I may even have a nice
bottle glass of wine.
Wine got me thinking about wine illusions this morning. Then, I found that Kovacs was nice enough to have sent me some wine through the Mighty Optical Illusions Facebook page! Well, a wine illusion. It was more of a wine illusion. But, it was a pretty cool moving GIF wine illusion!
Take a look…
This wine illusion is one of perspective. When it first starts, it appears that the two glasses of wine are the same size and sitting in the foreground. However, only the first glass picked up is sitting in the foreground. The large comically oversized glass that the man picks up is sitting in the background on a table in front of him.
Thanks, Kovacs! But, I want the bigger glass next time…
If you liked this wine illusion, head over and check out these souvenirs in perspective illusions!
Happy Black Friday! The day when shoppers push and shove and trample each other to get their hands on still overpriced junk! Oh well. More power to them, I guess. I’ll just do my shopping online and still save a nice little chunk of money.
In my Internet shopping travels, I ran across a pretty interesting painting yesterday of an apple illusion…
The outlines of the face profiles are formed by the bitten apple. The features of the face, like the eyes ears and brows, are formed by parts of the trees on either side. This apple illusion reminds me of the story of Adam and Eve; you can even see the snake forming the green haired man’s ear.
(You can actually buy this apple illusion on canvas at AliExpress too for as little as $8 right now.)
If you liked this apple illusion, don’t forget to give it a good rating below! Then, head over and see if you can spot the hidden children in this apple core!
Good morning, and Happy Thanksgiving to all! Since it is Thanksgiving, I thought a turkey magic eye illusion was appropriate today.
You probably already know that there’s a Turkey hiding in the turkey magic eye illusion below, but what else do you see…?
Can’t see it? Don’t be afraid to call in a little help! But, don’t send too long trying to figure it out, or your pies might burn. *SNIFF* Speaking of which…
If you liked this turkey magic eye illusion, be sure to give it a great rating!
Good morning all. It’s only Wednesday, and it’s already been an insanely long week! It seems like an impossible object sort of day.
This impossible object illusion looks like a table at first glance, for lack of a better description. A table with a giant square hole in the middle and legs that come out of the table, but a table nonetheless. Look again, though, and you’ll see something that doesn’t quite work. The back table leg and the front table leg are actually the same. It passes through the giant square hole in the middle of the table. None of this is possible, though, hence…impossible object.
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After a long day, coming home to a candlelit dinner is pretty nice. Not that that happens these days, but still—it would be nice. I suppose I could light my own candles for dinner, but firing up some tea lights over a bowl of Ramen noodles seems a bit pointless, no?
Heck! I’d even be happy with a candle optical illusion some days!
Actually, I’d be really happy with this candle optical illusion! Anyone who understands my love for optical illusions of all sorts would know that! This would definitely be a pretty cool addition to a dinner table. No more storing candlesticks or scraping off hard wax. No more polishing or purchasing expensive taper candles. Just plop a tea light on this candle optical illusion, light it, and you’re good to go!
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If you liked this candle optical illusion, be sure to head over and check out this candle and mirror optical illusion!
Another Monday, another work week. Yee haw…
After a relaxing weekend, I’m sure y’all need a little something to get that brain in gear again. Today’s image is less of an optical illusion and more of a puzzle. A light switch puzzle to be exact.
Take a look at the image below. Believe it or not, there are only four wires in the jumbled mess you see here. Three of them have been cut, and only one of them is connected to the light bulb you see. Can you tell which wire will successfully turn on the light in this light switch puzzle?
It’s pretty tough on the eyes, but with a little patience, you should be able to figure it out. It didn’t take me long to find it, but I think I might have just gotten lucky and picked the right one off the bat, just hoping it would be the one. So, I know the answer, but I’m not telling. When you’ve solved this little light switch puzzle, leave your answer in the comments below.
Did you like this light switch puzzle? Head over and see if you can spot the Miller next!