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By on April 7, 2012, with 31 Comments

Had so much trouble writing this post. For some reason the image below just won’t stop moving. It makes my head hurt. Much. And when I tell you its not even an animated GIF, how would you explain this! I’ve read somewhere on web that it has something to do with your eyes’ microsaccades, the small, jerk-like, involuntary eye movements we all experience but usually don’t notice. I just hope I don’t give someone a seizure with this one ;D Oh, and high apologizes for lack of updates last few days. I got trapped in another project, but it’s all hush-hush for now. Don’t worry, you’ll be informed when the right time comes!

Here Comes Another Headache!


31 Responses
  1. z2d4th says:

    The movement become stronger when you are over fatigue. Am I Right?

  2. IDK says:

    Hmmmm koolio gave me a headache tho!!! rock on!

    “stay true to who you are”

  3. awesome peps says:

    soooooooooooooo wired it was like it was moving it was freaky.

  4. Sakura says:

    Yep. Definitely another headache. But it’s epic!

  5. fossda says:

    stare at something really still and the effect will go away. And stop you from getting a headache. Unless you happen to be staring at the sun.

  6. PDogB says:

    Yeah, baby! Rock on!

  7. Kent Bowman says:

    This isn’t a direct response to this pic. Looking for an illusion I saw many years ago. Picture like you’re looking out you window at another building. Look into the telescope in front of your window and see silloette of undressing lady in window across the way. Anyone seen it?

  8. Art says:

    Holy crap…

  9. whoa says:

    sweet….i don’t know if it’s just me or what but if you stare at the center for awhile the circle starts to get bigger. but i didn’t get a headache. XD

  10. Stevin says:


  11. History of Robots says:

    I wonder why this illusion doesn’t work as well if you print the image out (it work’s, but not as well). Doest it have to have a super-high resolution of modern computer screens? Or is it to do with illumination that a computer screen has?

  12. xD says:

    holy gawsh…that hurt…

  13. Ash says:


  14. Andrew C. says:

    My head hurts…

  15. RN says:

    Impressive! Most impressive.

  16. AmetuerAspirant says:

    ahh my eyes!!!

  17. Jason Rogalski says:

    This is amazing. Do you know who made it? Does it have a name? I want to understand why this is happening to my vision. WOW! Thank you!

  18. Robert Ross says:

    This is (or used to be?) called a moiré pattern. When I was in Junior High school in the 60s there was a traveling exhibit of art called “The Responsive Eye” my father and I went to see which had a lot of stuff like this. The big difference back then was that it was all in black and white; I suspect color moiré is a more recent phenomenon.

  19. elevown says:

    Very good.

    Ive noticed for some reason, if you squint a bit it stops all its motion.

  20. bob says:

    very cool

  21. guemes bill says:

    Now, this takes me back a few years…very cool!

  22. guemes bill says:

    Now, this takes me back a few years…very cool! Maybe but it wasn’t today…..

  23. OldDozen says:

    Just want to say I have followed your site for some time and I think it is brilliant. Thank you very much for your efforts.

  24. Hypersapien says:

    Yeah. If I focus on the center, the jerky movements definitely slow down, although they don’t stop completely, and I can kind of see my point of focus still involuntarily drifting a bit.

  25. Paul says:

    If you relax your eyes sufficiently, the motion ceases. So I agree the illusion is likely to do with eye motions.

  26. David Worl says:

    Fantastic! Where can I buy it?

  27. secret says:

    try to half close your eyes and look

  28. WinterCrystal says:

    Oh my god. It is cool

  29. Bobbie says:

    omg i have a headache ugh but awesome

  30. Jenny says:

    if you look around the image really fast the picture shakes faster

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