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This one looks pretty cool! Animation you see, is a simple composition of few frames that gives you feeling this lil’ fireplace is jumping out of it’s surrounding making it look 3D. I Love it! Edit: I’m having troubles hosting gif’s. Does anyone know for unlimited bandwidth solution to host my animations? Blogger doesn’t accept […]

Another cool stereogram, provided to you by MI. Basically if you cross your eyes, third image will appear. Now try focusing on this 3rd image, sharpen it and voila! – 3D staircase. Now post your comments – does this illusion work for you? It’s the same as the Chair Stereogram I posted in the past. […]

Here’s what I just found. Really interesting gif animation called “Old Stone Gate” taken in Garrison, New York. You can find more of this great Illusions if you visit Jim Gasperini Homepage. The gif below is done in a way, where you take a picture of something from two different angles and combine it in […]

Allright, here’s what I want you to do: cross your eyes so that you see three images. Concentrate then on the middle image to sharpen it a little bit. The middle image should be a composite of both side images. Your brain should interpret that middle image as a 3d-composite image, which should produce this […]

Luke Brown, an author of this fabulous optical illusion-animation is an intrepid explorer. He is part of a new generation of visionaries who reconstructed the templates of culture as we know it. His art speaks of the spiritual mysteries in the human imagination – best example can be seen below! Mystical experiences, dreams, medicine journeys, […]

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If you can cross your eyes, so that both pictures slide ‘into’ each other – to form a third, 3D image between them, the effect you will see is truly stunning! Try focusing on something in between you and the monitor to help see the illusion…