Every now and then we get wave of new visitors (and this just happened few days ago when BBC mentioned us on their channel). I feel its decent to introduce our new readers to some of the features on this site. Others will probably find few interesting facts here as well. So let’s begin:
Before we start, I’d like to invite you to subscribe to our RSS Feed, and be sure to set our website as bookmark in your web browser (CTRL + D), or even better – make us as your starting page (if you like us that much). If you use Twitter you may also”follow” our updates there.
Did you know that except new optical illusions that are daily posted to this site, we have developed small widgets (applications) that you may place on your computer, and they will show newest optical illusion on your desktop each day. These widgets are called “Optical Illusion of The Day“, and you may install version for almost each popular platform. All of them can be found as a links in our sidebar. We have versions for:
- Windows Desktop (PC Widget)
- Windows Vista (Vista Gadget)
- Mac (Dashboard Widget)
- Myspace App
- Facebook App
Feel free to download any of them – they’re free! When new optical illusion is posted here, on Mighty Optical Illusions website, your widget will automatically refresh and shows you the newest pic. You may click the illusion inside the widget, and browser will automatically take you to this particular illusion’s description. There you can read comments, express your thoughts and rate the illusion accordingly.
If you want to learn more about this website and its history be sure to check “About” section. Its not very complex. In short, to browse illusions by category – use the sidebar categories on your right. You may even use “next random illusion” link just below the header logo (also inside each post below article), and I promise you’ll be entertained for weeks.
There is more info where else this site has been featured. I’m just adding BBC info to it. If you think I forgot something, be sure to comment! Apart from all this, optical illusion posted today is quite simple – by staring only at the top image, can you guess which dot represents the true center of the sphere. Is it green or red dot?