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By on September 5, 2013, with 5 Comments

What may seem as a crooked cotton band, actually isn’t. I found it very amusing how the pattern in use distorts reality, fooling our brains into thinking that right part of the material is larger than it actually is. It is as if the band is “growing” from its tail onwards! Perhaps this illusion is a bit more subtle than previous similar examples, yet I still hope you’ll like it!

Crooked Band Optical Illusion

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5 Responses
  1. STR e t C H says:

    w o w !!!

  2. Mike says:

    This one actually isn’t perfectly straight; if you look at how it touches the dots, it’s not consistent.

  3. nelgy says:

    cool…
    can also see a ‘v’ shaped trench or a ‘v’ shaped canopy. the ‘v’ s also want to keep moving

  4. Mr Munings says:

    Surely it does vary in width? Look at the dotted line beneath it. It touches in the middle but not at the ends.

  5. Red says:

    Just.. never mind…

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