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By on November 19, 2013, with 1 Comment

As far as brain teasers are concerned, this one created by Istvan Orosz left me clueless as to what connects to what. When I first stumbled across this illusion, I sat for a few minutes trying to determine how it was even possible, how one column connects to another and yet appears to be different. Take a moment and sit back. Look deep into this illusion and share with me what you find. What is the first thought that crosses your mind? Did you catch on to this brain teaser right away or are you as lost as I am?

Brain Teaser from Istvan Orosz

For me, I found myself turning my head trying to set this optical illusion straight. The more I turned my head, the more crooked it seemed to become. I mean in all honesty, there is no possible way that a building could be constructed in this manner, right?  If that were the case, I would love to see it for myself. I don’t think I would be brave enough to try and walk around the structure, but it sure would be interesting to see something like this in real life. How about you? What are your thoughts on the whole thing?

Sure, plenty of brain teasers are out there, but did you ever see something as intriguing as this one is? Regardless of how many illusions you might have seen, each one brings something new and unique to the table. Until you have the chance to take in this illusion, you won’t be able to understand the complexities of the illusion itself. Consider what it would feel like trying to walk along the edges of the structure, while maintaining your balance and going from one level to the next. Do you think you would be capable of being able to make it without falling off the edge?

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  1. GARY says:

    Don’t forget something: this DRAWING is meant to be a 3-d illusion, and not meant to represent a drawing of a construction that could sustain itself. I saw it right away what connects to what.

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