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This helmet below is painted with an interesting pattern consisted of connected Necker cubes. I’m not sure wether we mentioned it here before, but the Necker cube is an optical illusion first published as a rhomboid back in 1832 by Swiss crystallographer Louis Albert Necker. It’s beauty lies in a fact that it can simultaneously […]

When I stumble across skull optical illusions, I’m very picky when deciding which ones deserve to be featured on Mighty Optical Illusions homepage. It’s not that I don’t like them, it’s just that I think the motive is a bit over-exploited, and rarely innovative nowadays. Most of the things that were there to be said […]

Seeing our latest illusion, I was immediately reminded of Hal 9000 and his memorable voice addressing Dave Bowman in 2001: A Space Odyssey. I won’t talk about how great this movie really was, and how it marked the whole era, I’d rather see what you think of the illusion attached below. By now you must […]

soldier-bending-man

If I used a completely different title – let’s say something like: Bending Man’s Ass, I believe it would still describe this picture as perfect as the current title does. Combine these two, and you quickly learn how this optical illusion really works. Yes, it’s another Multiple Meaning one. Just out of the curiosity, which […]