51 Replies to “Spinning Discs Illusion”

  1. Jay is right… neither of them are moving. Don’t move your eyes, and you’ll see what i mean. they only seem to be moving when you move your eyes around them.

  2. i can see the other wheel moving if i concenterate on one …i suggest plz donot concenterate deeply..just give casual glance to A..u’ll see the outer circle of B moving and vice-a-versa..good one..i must say

  3. they arnt moving but its the size of the patterns that make you see that 1 is turning faster, that or you only think 1 is going faster because thats what youv been told and believe! pretty cool though.
    if you glance back and forth you see that and think that they are only moving when your not looking,
    i need a pint

  4. They don’t move…
    but if you want to put the tings like that,
    try to look at the name of the illusion,
    and they spin the same velocity!
    Very cool illusion!

  5. Well i read the little thing above slitly looking at the thingy and ether the same or A.I don’t know why that girl(person who writes thingy 1.)(A)

    tee- hee

  6. obviously none of them are spinning its just a trick

    but both f them are moving at the same spead
    the that u fcus on more always is the on that goes faster

  7. Both circles are static. If you cover one and examine the other, you will see that the exposed one is not moving. It is only when you look at both circles simultaneaously, that they SEEM to be spinning. It is an other instance of the brain fooling the eye, or vice verca.

  8. B ovbiously
    its B,Its spinning way faster.the trick is to not look directly at the letter in the middle!!try looking at the writting up top but kinda fuocus on the spinning>>HOPE THAT HELPS to thoughs who cant see them spinnin!!

  9. Well when you look at the letter ( A ) The letter ( B ) slows down and vice versa and when you look at Letter ( B ) Letter ( A ) slows down so its hard to tell which is the fastest

  10. A, for me. sometimes they rotate at the same, or very similar speed. however, it could depend on which angle you look at it, the distance, or if you’re “left eyed” or “right eyed”.

    I’m not a scientist. Even if my formal language makes me one.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *