Endless White Room Optical Illusion


How are all of you out there doing today? I have to say that I’m doing absolutely amazing. First of all, we had a thunderstorm in my area yesterday. I can’t tell you how much better it is to have a thunderstorm rather than a snowstorm. Next, while I was trying to fall asleep, I could actually hear the sound of frogs croaking outside. In other words, I think spring could actually be here and I honestly couldn’t be happier about that. Are you excited for spring? Leave a comment and let me know.

Now, enough of my blabbering, you all are probably ready to see a new optical illusion. I found an optical illusion that is really cool to look at and it will also make you wonder how such an illusion was pulled off. I want you to tell me how you think this illusion was accomplished by leaving a comment in the comments section below. Do you think this is the work of a clever painter or maybe someone did this with Photoshop? Scroll down and have a look.

Endless White Room Optical Illusion


So, what do you think? A clever painter or do you think this was done in Photoshop? Let me know by leaving a comment.

Want to check out another optical illusion before you go? Have a look at this Eye Shadow Optical Illusion.

  • Gregory Goldsmith

    It isn’t endless, the back wall is very easy to see. The end of the flooring and the ceiling are both straight across the picture. To be endless, the floor and the ceiling both would have to be shaped like triangle’s

    • James Dean

      How do you think this illusion was pulled off?

  • Monika

    The perspective is wrong on the far away pictures!

    • James Dean

      How do you think they were able to accomplish this illusion?

  • Natalie

    I’m ready for Spring, too! Too much snow this winter.
    Where do you live?

    • James Dean

      It just won’t stop snowing outside :( Finally, we’re getting some decent weather. How are things where you’re at?

  • J. Fett

    A mirror at the end of the room?

    • James Dean

      A lot of people seem to think so. You may just be right!

  • Albert

    It’s a painted wall. You can see its reflection on the floor

    • James Dean

      Nice catch!

  • Cyander

    I had to do a drawing like this in art class in grade 2. I was rapt to have my drawing featured on the school website.

    • James Dean

      That’s pretty cool! :)

  • sad-hero

    I think it’s a paint job .. I like it

    • James Dean

      Glad you liked the illusion. :)

  • Twilight

    I’m pretty sure there’s a mirror covering the whole of that wall.

    • James Dean

      That’s a popular opinion on this one.

  • Jennifer

    I was thinking mirror, but the other commenter was right – the back wall is painted. Now that I’ve seen it, the perspective of the pictures in the back is making me crazy! Thanks for the challenge this am!

  • M. Schoessow

    I agree with those who think the illusion is painted onto the far wall, although if that’s correct, then the painter got the perspective wrong. If the far wall was a mirror we would see the camera man.

  • Cynthia Salzhauer

    I say a painted wall at the spot where the floor and ceiling show a division.

  • Lino Manelli


    this could be a flat wall with a painting in the middle. The picture contains the directions for the lines, that are continued to the wall. It looks like the picture is prominent like a painted picture on linen and without a frame. The rest of the illusion is created by the talent to paint light and reflections and obstacles in a distorted angle.

    • James Dean

      Great job. You may have just explained how they pulled off this illusion.

  • khalfi

    Haha those illusion came in the same way as Tom Cruise used a screen to modulate the security in Mission Impossible 4 :DD

  • Sadie Elmsworth

    the paintings in the far view are not even aligned correctly

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