Relative Sizes Category
This adorable girls shows us that behind every famous historical figure, there is a women. Girl in this picture is litteraly holding Christopher Columbus on her palm! They sure know how to manipulate us, don’t they? :) Check “Man Holding a Sun” and “Man Holding Taj-Mahal” also!
I found this also on flickr. This image shows you how you can easily transform into Alice without eating magic cookies. This image was taken at the St Louis Science Center in one of those “visual illusion” rooms… There is another image inside this post, just in case you don’t believe guy right is a […]
On the first eye glaze this picture gives you impression that church’s tower is infront of the dragon’s mouth. When you look at it more precise, you understand that it’s just an illusion, but still very nice image…
In a way “Monsters”, “Soldiers”, “2 Monoliths” and “Perspection” Illusions work, this image has the same effect. You are aware that all three pairs in the picture below are of the same size, or aren’t you?
Thanks to Patricia Hadad for sending us this wonderful set of images! This set was photographed by “vodka max” professional photographer, and can be originally found on his Flickr Website. Be sure to check more of his wonderful work there. More pictures of tiny people can also be found inside this post! It’s the same […]
Remember “Muller-Lyer Arrows”? Later, I also posted “Lines no.2″ which is exactly the same type of an illusion. Today I give you another one of this type, yet this time in real life. Observe this corner shop; first picture is taken outside of it, the other is from the same window, just taken inside of […]
Which of these two Monsters is bigger? Can you tell? By now, you obviously guessed they are both the same size. Or are they? This is a perspective illusion. We posted simmilar ones in the past. Like “Soldiers”, “Monoliths”, “Perspection”, “Lines in Street”…
Another nature’s magic act: refractivity of water and water’s abbility to magnify things in a way lenses do, equals another real life optical illusion! Have you enjoyed this one as much as I did? Physichs and Math are my fields of knowledge, but I’ll let this illusion be discussed among you, my faithfull visitors :)