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By on September 17, 2012, with 11 Comments

Here’s an illusion Greg sent in the other day. If you look at the #Mona Lisa below, while at the same tim tilting your head, the image will appear to move! Even better effect can be achieved if you move your head closer, and then further away from the screen. I think Mona Lisa is one of the most often used motives on this site. Just search our archives for her, and you’ll be amazed how often she has appeared in the past. But still, this post featuring Mona Lisa was my favourite.

Floating Mona Lisa Optical Illusion

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11 Responses
  1. L says:

    the lines going in the opposite direction are in a circle pattern.

  2. Cambenora says:

    Shouldn’t that be “motif”?
    But the again, given that the subject of this post is a moving Mona Lisa, maybe “motive” was a deliberate pun…

  3. greekfire says:

    i cant seem to find it. are the lines moving though?

  4. ludyal says:

    this is great

  5. woof says:

    awezome i am the first comment yay and by the way i love your website and this is one of the better illusions

  6. clues says:

    That’s confusing! What the.

  7. Panashe says:

    First and it dosnt work with me

  8. Dave says:

    The lines seemed to move, but Mona remained still.

  9. pengu73339 says:

    that one was great it hardly took any time at all for it to click in! five stars!

  10. RangerJim says:

    Nothing. Nada. Zip.

    Mona didn’t move, nor did the lines. I had cataracts several years and have artificial lenses. Wonder if that has anything to do with it?

  11. robert2000 says:

    this is relly cooli moved like 20 feet back in school just to see it

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