Impossible objects and structures have always been a fascination of mine. I love seeing real life impossible objects in particular, though. This impossible cube structure is especially cool to me because it’s made with regular objects!
I definitely wonder how this impossible cube was created. I’d love to see pictures of it as different angles. If this isn’t Photoshopped, I suspect that it’s constructed like Jerry Andrus’ impossible box.
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Wanna see somethin’ trippy? Today’s trippy moving illusion will really blow your mind!
If the bright undulating colors don’t get you, the impossible object in the middle will surely have you taking a second look. This trippy moving illusion has cleverly combined a classic optical illusion with some pretty groovy color effects!
Don’t look at it too long, though. It might give you a bit of a headache or make your eyes go all wonky!
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Like this trippy moving illusion? Head over and check out this blue and green trippy illusion! You’ll swear it’s moving!
A rainbow is, in itself, a sort of optical illusion. Rainbows are also a source of fascination and awe when they appear after a good rain. An arc of colors splashing through the sky is always a sight to see, and people usually can’t help but pull out their cameras to snap a picture. Sometimes, you might even get lucky and get a pretty cool rainbow optical illusion picture, like this taste the rainbow illusion…
Actually, I can’t really tell if this guy is eating the rainbow or throwing it up. But, that doesn’t make it any less cool! It’s a perfectly posed and perfectly timed shot!
If you want to check out some more rainbow optical illusion pictures, you’re in luck! Check out this cat farting rainbows and this other taste the rainbow illusion! Yes. I said “cat farting rainbows”…
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Is it a little too far past Halloween for headless people? No! I don’t think so! Headless people are fun any time of year! Okay, maybe headless people aren’t fun, but headless illusions are. Take a look at today’s headless optical illusion…
The way these people are laying on the steps and the angle of the photograph makes it look like they have no heads. But, I think what really makes this headless optical illusion are the two “heads” on the steps above. From the angle this photograph was taken, it looks like those two heads belong to the bodies laying on the steps below. Kinda creepy, if you ask me…
Thought this headless optical illusion was cool? Check out the headless Eric Decker illusion and this headless girl illusion!
Ah! This trippy moving optical illusion has almost ruined my entire day, I swear! This is actually a static image, but it appears to be moving if you look at it a certain way.
Take a look at the image below. At first glance, it may not appear to be moving much. It might just look like a bunch of lime green and light blue dots arranged next to each other with white and purple flower shapes between them. But, try a few things and see if the image starts to move for you…
- Scan your eyes over the image. Does it start to move a little?
- Shake your head back and forth a little while keeping your eyes on the image. Moving now?
- Move your mouse cursor around over the image. Is it moving a little more now?
- Scroll the screen up and down slightly. Are we rockin’ and rollin’ now?
For me, scrolling the screen up and down a bit made this trippy moving optical illusion really start movin’! Which of the methods above made this image move the most for you?
Love this trippy moving optical illusion? Head over and check out this awesome moving tunnel illusion! It’s one of my favorites!
You’re probably familiar with impossible illusions by now, especially if you’re a regular follower of the site. Chances are, you’ve already been stumped or wowed by some of these illusions like these impossible shelves or this bars illusion. I love when these impossible illusions are integrated into every day situations. It jut makes them that much more interesting, and makes it more likely that you’ll take a second look and be a bit mind boggled. These impossible steps are a great example of that and one of my favorites!
This is sort of two illusions in one actually. First, it’s a bit hard to count the steps here. Count from one side and you’ll get one number, but count from the other side and you’ll count a different number. It’s also a little hard to tell who’s going up the steps and who’s going down the steps. In fact, both of them even look a little confused, and they’re the ones on this steps illusion!
Want a little more confusing in your life? Head over and check out this super weird set of steps!
Sunsets are a source of fascination and intrigue for many people, myself included. The peace and quiet you can sometimes feel during a sunset is just amazing, especially after a long and stressful day. As the day winds down and the sun starts to hide for the night, the light starts to dim and the world just seems to start to settle. That is also the time when most of us start to rely on alternate sources of light. These days, we have easy and convenient electric lights, but at one time, candles and lanterns were the go-to light sources after dark. I love this sunset in a lantern illusion, partly because I love sunsets and partly because there’s something so intriguing and alluring about the aniquated feel of an old lantern…
To me, this lantern illusion brings together two very beautiful things—the peace you can sometimes feel as the day winds to a close and the remnants of a simpler time. I don’t know about any of you, but I still have a few of these old lanterns left. They come in pretty handy during power outages, for sure, but they’re also nice to break out some nights just for the heck of it.
Love lantern in the sunset illusion? Head over and check out this flower in the sunset optical illusion as well!
Fountains has always been a source of fascination for me. I love just sitting and watching and listening to them. There’s something very soothing in the sight and sound of water spraying and falling in a fountain. I could sit there and watch a fountain forever. Of course, fountains are also a great source for photo ops as well! A perfect example of this is this funky fountain illusion!
It’s a simple fountain in the middle of a pond, but this forced perspective photo turn it into something pretty spectacular! This fountain illusion was easy to create too. All it really took to create is the fountain, of course, and the perfect pose for the woman. From this angle, it looks like the water from the fountain is spewing right out of her mouth!
A very simple but interesting effect, I think! Be sure to rate this illusion with the stars below!