This video version of the famous dragon illusion from Brusspup is based on an original idea by the late magician Jerry Andrus. Brusspup’s original idea was to test out the illusion with many dragons all at once. While he hoped to use 20 to 30 simultaneously, he ultimately settled on using just 8. Watching multiple […]
Would like to take the time to wish everyone a Happy New Year! Based on your feedback, votes and shares on social media sites, here are the ten most popular optical illusions posted on An Optical Illusion during 2013. The illusions are listed in no particular order whatsoever. Click each post title to be taken […]
Last year, we featured a video showing the Mirage 3D Hologram Generator in action. You place a small object inside the unit and it projects a hologram (using mirrors) of the same object that appears to hover above the unit. They are a really cool item to have on your desk or give to someone […]
Brusspup videos have always been popular on this blog. You do not have to watch many of them to understand why. Here, Brusspup demonstrates how it is possible to make gravity work in reverse – or at least give the impression that it is. You may recall that this video is similar to his Impossible […]
A series of balls appear to roll up hill. However, as you will quickly suspect, everything is not always what it appears to be. Once the camera moves to a different angle, the true shape of these ramps are revealed. Through an anamorphic trick in their design, the ramps appear to be angled upward […]
To say that “Brusspup has done it again” would be an understatement. In the following video, Brusspup creates a series of very realistic anamorphic illusions that will simply blow you away. The objects look so real that you want to reach out and touch them… and then he moves the paper revealing the illusion. Which […]
Using specially-designed transparencies, Brusspup creates a series of animated illusions in today’s video. From running felines to pacman gobbling bullet, these animations prove to be both simple and amazing. But would you expect anything else from a Brusspup video?