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By on August 6, 2010, with 6 Comments

I’ve read couple of comments you left on our yesterday’s post, and it appears that if the left eye is enlarged in photoshop, some bluish dots can be seen, ones that aren’t present in the right eye. I believe this error appeared when I resized the image, and saved it in JPG format. Apart from that, the effect is real, and illusion works just like I explained. To make up, here is a similar optical illusion I found.

The watercolor effect inspired the wave-line illusion by Japanese vision scientist Seiyu Sohmiya. In this version, professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka shows that the white background behind the pattern is tinged by the color of the waves. It looks as if the orange wave has different background color than purple wave, while in fact both backgrounds are purely white!

Simple Wave line Illusion

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6 Responses
  1. O'( says:

    WOW
    BTW I am a huge fan of the hand painting and body illusion stuf
    please post
    OH YEAH FIRST POST
    btw my username is a cyclops crying

  2. Someone says:

    I felt that it was kinda 3D like.

  3. Do says:

    ok it dos’nt work!

  4. z says:

    the space between the orange lines turns yellow.

  5. bob says:

    also if u move the page up quickly they compres

  6. Akemi says:

    cool! the backround becomes orange!

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