This interesting looping animation is consisted of only three frames. It creates an interesting illusion of fluid motion. Can you see the motorcycle cruising continuously in up-street direction? If you concentrate and focus solely on the street in front of the bike, the illusion becomes clear. Be sure to open the animation in full size […]
Newest addition to our #Seemingly Animated category depicts falling beans that aren’t. Another beautiful illusory pattern provided by great Gianni Sarcone. If you move your eyes around the picture while concentrating on each individual coffee bean, the rest of the beans in your peripheral vision will seem to move like crazy. I don’t know what’s […]
Sometimes when I’m forced to repeat myself (as it happens there is only a limited number of illusory effects and patterns out there), at least I try to wait before I find the next best thing. As our “Seemingly Animated” category is among the most popular ones, it wasn’t easy to find an illusion that […]
What you’ll experience today may ring a bell, as we already featured something similar (yet not as good) in the past. But let me first explain what all the fuss is about: On your right you can see an animated gif featuring a rotating array of blue crosses and 3 yellow dots. Your single assignment […]
What I’m about to show you proves that there are still new optical illusions out there, just waiting to be discovered by some brave soul! On your right you may see a rotating wheel that seems to pulsate each time it aligns with the inner, star-shaped stationary object. You may also have noticed, that at […]
In the beginning we had rollers and snakes, optical illusions born accidentally, probably as a by-product to some sort of color experiments. Most of them were invented by a Japanese professor, Akiyoshi Kitaoka. Since then, optical illusion societies have grown. Just look at our website, for example. Many enthusiasts began experimenting with existing material. While […]
Rollers appear to rotate without effort. On the other hand, they appear to rotate in the opposite direction when observer sees this image, while blinking repeatedly.