Crazy Optical Illusions

Check out this crazy optical illusion! Will it give you a headache? – this depends soley on you! Enjoy! I would love it, if you my dear visitors tried and draw simmilar pictures and submitted them! You could get your talent recognized and addored among thousands of visitors that drop here everyday! Think about it for a second, before you loose the idea ;)

32 Replies to “Crazy Optical Illusions”

  1. M. C. Escher
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Maurits Cornelis Escher (Leeuwarden, June 17, 1898 – March 27, 1972 in Laren) was a Dutch graphic artist known for his often mathematically inspired woodcuts, lithographs and mezzotints which feature impossible constructions, explorations of infinity, and tessellations.

  2. This one is like a combonation of many impossible figures because the sides dont match. The top and bottom triangles are like those impossible figure ones earlier and the same with the rectangle in the middle. The back of the left side connects to the front of the right side. (hehehe it even has the impossible cube that the guy is holding)

  3. The wood simply being flexible would not make it possible. If the wood were flexible, and bending the way it is shown, there would be very visible curves to the wood, because the planes of the ends of the wood must be flat and parallel. The wood is straight, so it is impossible.

  4. Anonymous who made comment 23 is right. However, it is possible to make it appear like it is by making strategic cuts in the wooden bars so that you see through them and it only looks like they’re connected. Trust me, I’ve seen enough of these things to know.

  5. the people that wrote comments #17 23 and 25 are nerds who write things that no one wants to read because they’re too long…. I like #27’s. haha funny face

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