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By on March 11, 2013, with 8 Comments

Our favourite professor has done it again! Akiyoshi has created showcased illusory pattern titled “Chidori” (which is some kind of a bird if I understood it correctly), which gives an impression that the inner block is moving in upper-diagonal direction. To amplify the effect, simply scroll the page up and down slightly. After a while, you’ll see the inner block floating on top of its background. If you’re lucky, you’ll experience the 3D stereoscopic effect without having to go cross-eyed or wearing those clumsy 3D glasses!

  • z2d4th

    Woh! a waving flag like..

    • z2d4th

      One thing more, try not to move your eye ball and the object well definitely not waving also.

  • elevown

    Actualy, while Chidori IS the name for a type of bird, and a girls name (in japan) its actual meaning is ‘thousand birds chirping’.

    If you look at the picture, you can see how the squares vaugely look like very stylised birds- the little circles as eyes, the wobbly front corner beak-like, and the other side corners the wings.

  • Anonymous

    Try to get your eyes out of focus, it works better.

  • Scott

    Doesn’t work for me.

    Weird and wiggly, but neither moving/flowing, nor floating.

  • http://cesarcrash.blogspot.com Cesar Crash

    I see some illusions, but not the way it’s described. I can’t see “the inner block moving in upper-diagonal direction”.

  • suor de sapo

    I see it moving from lower-left to upper-right.

    • suor de sapo

      wait… Now I see the “background” moving in the opposite direction :-)