Here’s another cool illusion, coming straight from Archimedes’ Laboratory. Same as many before, this illusion was created by master of illusions, mister G. Sarcone. The problem is, I only got it to work once. So how this works? Apparently, if you concentrate strong enough on one of the lobster’s eyes, after some time it will seem that the broken piece of the plate rejoins the rest. At least the outer black rim should appear as perfect (non-broken) circle. As Sarcone explains, this amusing effect occurs because our brain tends to iron out broken lines. Did you manage to get this work?