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Nobel laureate wannabe, holly-declared soon to be, Vurdlak is an entrepreneur by heart and engineer by profession. Obsessed with details and being in control, blessed with natural taste and diverse skills, makes Vurdlak a perfect candidate to run world's best optical illusions blog.
Whoopee, this one is supercool! This is how it works: simply look at the center dot for about 40 seconds, and then look away. Do you see any bulging effect? You tell me!
It’s like you are drifting through space inside a wormhole, or some kind of warp speed… very trippy, very! Especially if you were aware this picture is stedy and isn’t moving a bit!
Can you see the face in this picture? Well, after “Many Faces Illusion”, “Many Faces no.2″ and “Dolphins Illusion” it shouldn’t be hard to spot only ONE face in it? If you solved “Coffe beans Illusion” this should really be pice of cake for you! If you really can’t spot it, jump inside the post [...]
If you liked “Impossible Objects in Real Life” and “Lego Escher Illusion”, you will like this one as well. Here you can see how this construction was built. Also don’t forget to open this post (click on the white tittle) and see more impossible structures constructed in real life.
In body language, this body is obviously saying: “I’ve come to pick you up because the tide is coming in!”. In a way this Illusion resambles previous “Scary Optical Illusion”.
Eventough it may appear man is climbing this steps, if you jump inside this post, you will notice legs are acctually just painted on the steps surface. Earlier I posted simmilar Illusion, were stairs were painted on the wall.
We got ourselves another user-submitted optical illusion! Thanks to Philip Hansen you can see this Audi Comercial inspired by M C Escher. A driver navigates his way through Escheresque world. Viral for some automobile. Jump inside this post to see the full video. Amazing! Currently video is down, but you can still view it here. [...]
In a same way “Man Holding a Sun” Illusion was shot, we have “Man Holding a Taj-Mahal Illusion”. Looks nice, doesn’t it?