I believe most of you heard for this one, but for those of you who haven’t here’s another enigma: Is this a flying can captured with Google Earth? It is somwhere in Australia, this “event” took place. There are much theories circulating around the web, but real solution is pretty simple. Can you solve it? Jump inside this article to get the answer and some more pictures.
Here’s a zoomed image. Unfortunately there is nothing unexplained and paranormal/high-tech going on with this car. It isn’t even flying actually. The answer is that there is simply another black car parked near the with one, giving you impression of a white vehicle’s shadow!
Another “flying car” captured with Google Earth:
As time goes by, we find better and better illusions in a particular category. Previously you saw amazing “Bulge”, “Expanding Cushin”, “Bent Square”… but this time, in a same way I give you Wavy Illusion. I think this one has the strongest effect. It is somehow impossible to beleive these lines are perfectly parallel, yet they are! The effect appears because of the little white sqares.
Remember Audi’s commercial we posted week ago? It was called “Audi in Escher’s World” and you could stream the whole video if you wanted. These two pictures are from the same campaign, only this time it’s about posters. You can see how Audi recognised optical illusions as a quality material for their promotion!
There is a word hidden on this Rupee bill. It’s quite large and pretty obvious if you ask me, now that I know of it. Can you spot it? If not, try opening this post for explanation where it lyes, you’ll wonder how you didn’t notice it before… There’s also Illusion concerning 5 Canadian dollars inside this post.
In 1954, the Bank of Canada issued a new bill with the engraving of Queen Elisabeth II on it. But then the bank started receiving complaints : people saw the face of the devil in the Queen’s hair, right behind her ear. I don’t think it’s very convincing, but the bank did: they destroyed all bills and reprinted them with a slightly changed version. Here you can see what was it all about. Not so impressive as the case with Rupees ;)
Observe this! No, those lines weren’t done in Photoshop. The red lines are actually painted on the buildings themselves! If you don’t believe me, jump inside the post to see evidence I provided. It is massive version of famous “3D Painted Rooms” I posted earlier. This picture was taken in Place de l’Odeon, Paris. Looks like someone took a red marker and drew a couple of lines on the image below! It looks perfectly lined up only if you view it from one particular viewpoint.
We got ourselves another simple, yet interesting illusion. This one was also submitted by one of our fans; Simon David posted it, plus provided description. Do you see imaginary black stripes?
Simon: “A simple illusion, black strips running bottom-left to top-right.”
Another interesting one! Before I explain it to you how it works, try to figure what’s the illusion below? Then open this post and see the solution. Pretty amazing…
Here are some of my other scary optical illusions. Most of them show you an “idle” picture of a woman, young couple or children. On a first glaze pictures look normal, but when you stop concetrating on minor details, figure of an unholy presence strucks you… Scary! Go inside this post for more pictures. If you like beeing scared, check “Scariest optical illusion”, “Scary Illusion no.3″ and “Scary Illusion no.4″.