Scrolling this image up and down, or moving your head simultaneously while observing the sphere produces an interesting optical illusion effect – a floating movement of the central object. Simple as that. Be sure to browse through our #animations category for more similar stuff!
Remember the Cool Bro illusion from 2 years ago? This one’s very similar, in a way where street-painted arrow appears to levitate in mid-air. Caught by the sharp eye of Melissa, a reddit user who found it funny and decided to share her finding with our Mighty Optical Illusions community. If you come across similar […]
Look what just flew-in, straight to my mailbox! For those of you unaware, you are more then welcome to send us some interesting illusion-related content using our submit email address which can be found in the footer of this site. Inspired by Akiyoshi’s illusory patterns, Mark Grenier achieved extremely beautiful floating effect with his rotating […]
Our favourite professor has done it again! Akiyoshi has created showcased illusory pattern titled “Chidori” (which is some kind of a bird if I understood it correctly), which gives an impression that the inner block is moving in upper-diagonal direction. To amplify the effect, simply scroll the page up and down slightly. After a while, […]
Was just wondering what’s been going on with our Japanese professor #Akiyoshi Kitaoka lately, when I received this amazing submission from one of our fans – featuring recent work done by our favourite professor. Yes, similar illusions were featured in the past, yet the inset in this one just won’t stop moving! I’m not sure […]
Let me share an interesting find originally titled “This Optical Trick Is Annoying the Hell Out of Me” by Gizmodo. I had this animation on my hard for a while, but before I learnt how to reduce it’s size to a minimum (while at the same time being able to retain decent quality of the […]
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 […]
“The Illusion of the year” contest (held by NeuralCorrelate.com, for the past 8 consecutive years), just announced its 2012 finalists. Here’s one that hasn’t won, nor qualified in the finals, still it was the only one that captured my attention. Created by Kaia Nao, “Floating Star” optical illusion gives the strongest floating effect I have […]