The green circle in the center of this image, which Professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka calls a “watermelon”, appears to sway back and forth and be unstable against the gray background. I personally find this image to be difficult to look at for too long. This one actually makes my eyes hurt! Another good example of this […]
The folks over at Optical Spy created this really nice motion illusion called Butterflies. The square in the center of this image appears to be completely unstable as it appears to wobble around. To see an illusion with a similar effect, take a look at the Moving Mona Lisa Face. (via Optical Spy)
If you concentrate on the red pattern in the center of this figure, it will appear to be unstable and hover over the blue background. Once the pattern does begin to hover, you can move your head left and right to intensify the effect. (via Gianni Sarcone)
Today’s illusion is a variation of the Ouchi Illusion where the center circle appears to be unstable and float above the checkered background image. This was created by French artist Daniel Picon.
Two red hearts are presented below on a blue background. One of the hearts is “blurry” and the other is not. As you move your eyes back and forth between them, the blurry heart appears to wobble (as if it were unstable) while the solid red heart does not. This illusion was presented by Kohske […]
This image is difficult to look at. It appears to vibrate as your eyes try to focus on it. How long do you think that you could look at this image without it driving you completely crazy? I would guess no longer than a few minutes.
The four squares appear to float on top of the wavy pink background. As you watch this image, the background seems to flutter slightly to both the left and the right.This illusion was designed by French artist Daniel PICON.