Orbison Illusion

Estimation 14 March 2012 0 Comments

In 1939, William Orbison described the following illusion where the red square appears to be distorted by the presence of the angled blue lines.

Orbison Illusion

It does not look to be a perfect square, but if you take a sheet of paper or something else with a straight edge and line it up, you will see that it is.

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