You just take a shot of what’s behind your screen and make it your desktop background. And yes, I’ve tried it, and yes, it’s more difficult than it looks to get it just right, especially if you don’t have a laptop. It’s all about the fold-down screen. Post your own pictures under comments and I’ll include them… More pictures Inside!
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Stare at the black light bulb for at least 30 seconds. Then immediately stare at a white area on the screen or at a sheet of paper. You should see a glowing light bulb!
At first glaze you’ll probably see some different color stripes in this pic. You’ll see pink, blue, orange, green. Better look closer. Actually, the GREEN and the BLUE are of the same shade! If you bring your head closer to the screen, you’ll see that the green/blue stripes actually go across the entire image. This is an example of the strongest eye tricks that show us how surrounding colors can make their neighbour colors look completely different! This illusion was originally created by coolopticalillusions.
This one is also not done by digital modification. Either way, probably easy to guess the trick anyway – [via].
This one’s very nice. Not much to be said, just glaze your eyes at this picture and question yourslef if this magical paint-job is so realistic in real life too! I surely beleive so..
This illusion really does the trick. You can hardly beleive there is actually a women in this picture (no, it isn’t done with Adobe Photoshop)!
The red lines in this picture are actually straight, they just appear to be wavy.
Are these perfect squares? The squares in the picture are actually straight, perfect squares. While looking, this Optical Illusion really does another “magic trick” and makes me dizzy.